While the pandemic isn't quite done yet, the world is starting to get things rolling again. From normal everyday life routines to productions starting back up—the world is making progress. One of the biggest challenges during these times is opening up a big gathering place, such as, say, theme parks.
It's a challenge that has been a work in progress for quite some time. Things seem to be picking up the pace though, as many parks have opened their doors. Even Avengers Campus is on the cusp of opening—and boy is it oh so enticing to visit it ASAP.
While Marvel may have their Avengers Campus (how can you resist that hundred-dollar enlarged sandwich?), Warner Bros. may seem at a disadvantage. Though make no mistake, they certainly are empty-handed.
BATMAN V. SUPERMAN MEETS THE DARK KNIGHT FOR WB TOUR
Warner Bros. has officially announced via their Instagram that their Hollywood Studio Tour in Los Angeles, California will be welcoming back guests on June 26. Not only that, but the Studio Tour will be a completely revamped experience.
Deadline provided more details, mentioning that the expanded tour now takes advantage of a new building that is devoted completely to the tour center— alongside the usual lot tour and stop at Stage 48.
But there's more. For those DC fans out there, Warner Bros. has a special treat. Fans will be able to explore an "all-new" Batcave, where they can get up close and personal with the Batmobile from Tim Burton's original Batman film, the Tumbler from The Dark Knight, and the Batwing from Batman v. Superman.
There's plenty more to go with that though. Including photo ops with the Lasso of Hestia from Wonder Woman 1984, Joker and Harley Quinn costumes from Suicide Squad, and plenty more from a variety of previously released DC Comics films like Zack Snyder's Justice League and Aquaman.
Now, of course, there's plenty more besides DC Comics affair. The tour includes highlights from the nearly 100 years of TV and movie-making at the studio, with special experiences for series such as Harry Potter and Friends.
To see everything the revamped Hollywood Studio Tour has to offer, make sure to check out their Instagram post, alongside Deadline's coverage.
EXPLORE THE HISTORY OF DC FILM
Warner Bros. Hollywood Studio Tour has always been an iconic activity to do whenever one ends up in that area. There are so many cool things to see from their history and past projects. It's even better now that they are actively keeping up with all the new DC projects coming out as well.
It's hard to tell if this all-new Batcave is to be based on Robert Pattinson's hideout in The Batman, or if it's simply a new Batcave that Warner Bros. designed specifically for their new tour. At the very least, fans can expect something from the film to end up in the tour at some point, if not before the film releases, certainly afterward.
Speaking of all these new projects, maybe they'll even put up Shazam's new suit. If they're feeling frisky, maybe they'll even put Black Adam's outfit right next to it.