The long-awaited sequel ‘Shazam: Fury of the Gods’ has been added to its cast, with the arrival of actress Helen Mirren.
She will live the villainous Hespera, described by The Wrap as “a daughter of Atlas”.
Atlas is indeed a character from DC Comics history (as well as Greek myth), carrying the weight of the heavens on his back.
On top of that, newcomer Rachel Zegler has joined the cast. She will make her big screen debut with the upcoming remake of “Amor, Sublime Amor”.
“ Shazam: Fury of the Gods ” opens in June 2023.
Recently, Zachary Levy shared the first poster in the sequence on his Instagram profile.
In an interview with Backstory Magazine, Sandberg revealed that Billy Batson (Asher Angel) and his alter ego (Zachary Levi) have to face Mr. Brain (Mister Mind, in the original version) in the footage.
“It looks like we could do more with the Shazam family. We featured them in the first movie, but we want to explore how they function as a family of heroes. And we did a little scene with Mr. Brain, and we want to continue on that path. Or we can introduce another villain. There are a lot of choices in Shazam’s world, ”he said.
The Mister Brain is a species of alien larvae from the planet Venus, chosen on your planet to infiltrate Earth.
We know that filming will begin in the spring of 2021 in the United States (period which includes the months of March and June). With this pre-set date, the studio will have enough time to finalize the feature film in post-production and in building its visual effects, so that it can be shown on the big screen in.
Recently, Zachary Levi said the footage will be filmed very soon.
“Soon I’ll be having a conversation with my bosses about the idea for the film and where we’re going with the plot. New Line, our studio, and Warner Brothers, our parent studio, are involved in every decision we make, and they’re all very happy with what we’ve done. They want to do even better the second time around, and now they’re making a fuss while we talk about what that streak will be like, ”he told CCXP Cologne.
The original film was critically acclaimed (reaching 90% approval on the Rotten Tomatoes website), in addition to making over $ 365 million at the global box office.
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