DC FanDome gets 66 million views worldwide


DC FanDome gets 66 million views worldwide

Warner Bros. Entertainment has announced that viewership for DC FanDome 2021, the virtual fan event, has greatly exceeded last year, racking up 66 million views worldwide to date. On October 16, the day of the event, DC FanDome was a top trending topic on Twitter for eight hours in the United States and in the top 50 in 53 countries around the world. The event was available in 12 languages ​​in 220 countries.

“With triple the fan traffic from last year, DC FanDome 2021 exceeded all of our expectations,” said Ann Sarnoff, President and CEO of WarnerMedia Studios and Networks. “We continue to innovate across the company in service of our fans, and I cannot overestimate the creativity and hard work that has gone into this highly curated global digital event. We gave fans what they wanted – the best of everything DC – and their engagement and response has been fantastic. We’re as excited as they are to provide all of the great content that DC FanDome puts forward.

FanDome was a collection of programs attached to DC properties across all movies, TV shows, comics, and games. The event was streamed live on over 50 platforms, including Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. Exciting reveals at the FanDome included a new trailer for Matt Reeves’ “The Batman,” starring Robert Pattison, Zoe Kravitz, and Paul Dano and set to premiere on March 4, 2022. DC also released new trailers- announcements and first images for Dwayne Johnson’s “Black Adam”. “, “Peacemaker” with John Cena and season 3 of the animated comedy “Harley Quinn”.

Freestyle Digital Media acquires “La Danubio”

Freestyle Digital Media has acquired the North American rights to the Venezuelan documentary “La Danubio”. The film will be available for rental and ownership on North American platforms on November 9.

“La Danubio” shows from the inside how a 50-year-old pastry shop in the Venezuelan capital has managed to thrive as long as it has, highlighting the voices of the Kerese family: Evelia and her three children Pablo, Andres and Alexander. The documentary is written, directed and produced by Ignacio Castillo Cottin.

“Living in Venezuela, staying here voluntarily, is worth telling. Today, for people who want to work and invest in Venezuela, visualizing themselves in the country in the medium or long term is something rare to find,” said Cottin. “My generation and those that follow know only the opposite: people flee the country as soon as they can. It sparked an emotional connection in me with the Keres, with this project, and with other people who, like me, work in and for a better country, fighting to reclaim the Venezuela that once was.

Chris Gray, director of acquisitions for Freestyle Digital Media, brokered the deal to acquire “La Danubio”.


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