Shazam! by DC was one of the most successful superhero films that arrived over three years ago. Comic book fans were delighted to see Zachery Levi’s Shazam on screen. They had also been looking forward to the next Shazam film for a long time. And now the wait is over: two follow-ups to the lighthearted smash namely Jaume Collet-Serra’s Black Adam and David F. Sandberg-directed Shazam! Fury of Gods will be released this year.
In a spin-off adventure, Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam will unveil Shazam’s most iconic foe, while Shazam! Fury of the Gods will be a sequel to the previous film, with the whole cast returning and Helen Mirren playing the villain. Director David F. Sandberg appears to be just as impatient as fans for footage to be given to the public, with Fury of the Gods just six months away from release following a recent scheduling adjustment.
‘I don’t even care about spoilers’ – David F. Sandberg
Knowing the greatest secrets and shocks ahead of time may not change the quality of a film, but it does influence the cinematic experience. After all, it’s the huge revelations, epic action scenes, and visual spectacles that lead to the most enthusiastic audience-pleasing moments and unforgettable movie-going experiences. Shazam! Fury of the Gods director David F. Sandberg, on the other hand, expressed his expectations, on Twitter, for Warner Bros. to “put a lot of it in the trailer,” since he “[doesn’t] even care about spoilers.”
“It’s a MUCH bigger movie than the first one. There’s so much stuff that I can’t wait for people to see. I hope they put a lot of it in the trailer. I don’t even care about spoilers, I’m just eager to show off our creatures, action, etc.”
There’s no point revealing too much in the trailers because it for sure will impair the overall watching experience for many people. But it’s fascinating to hear Sandberg talk about how thrilled David F. Sandberg is to show off Fury of the Gods’ creatures and action. Shazam! Fury of the Gods is expected to make its initial appearance around the beginning of August before reaching theatres on December 16.
Source – Twitter
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