Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment will also screen the pilots for 'The Flash' and footage for 'Constantine' and 'Arrow'
It’s not quite the Justice League, but DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television will use San Diego Comic-Con to launch shows “Gotham,” based on the Batman universe, “The Flash” and “Constantine,” while promoting the third season of “Arrow.”
Cast members and producers from all four shows will make special appearances throughout the three-hour event, set to take place the evening of July 26.
Fox’s “Gotham” will actually have its world premiere in San Diego, at the event that will screen the show’s pilot and feature a panel with the show’s cast. Series stars Ben McKenzie as Detective Jim Gordon.
The CW’s pilot for “The Flash,” starring Grant Gustin, will also be screened, along with footage of NBC’s “Constantine,” and a teaser for the third season of CW hit “Arrow,” followed by fan questions answered by the show’s cast and producers.
WB and DC have yet to reveal when or where the back-to-back panels will take place.