During a game of Framed, Shazam! director David F. Sandberg embarrassingly fails to recognize his own DC film. In the 2019 film Shazam!, Zachary Levi’s superpowered alter ego, represented by Zachary Levi, transforms into young Billy Batson (Asher Angel), an orphan given superhuman abilities by a wizard. Audiences are now preparing for Shazam! after the success of Sandberg’s first Shazam! film. The sequel to Billy’s novel, Fury of the Gods, will feature a number of intriguing new characters, such as Rachel Zegler, Lucy Liu, and Helen Mirren.
Sandberg, who directed Shazam’s thrilling trip across the DC Universe, has used social media to disclose a recent failure in which he had trouble identifying his own movie. In the smartphone game Framed, in which users must identify a movie from six still images, Sandberg posted his laughably poor performance from the day Shazam! was used as the mystery movie. This rating indicates that the director had to go through five still images of Shazam! before he could identify the movie that he had made. Shazam gave Sandberg’s tweet a funny answer! Zegler, the star of Fury of the Gods, expressed her enjoyment at the director’s wonderful blunder. See Sandberg’s tweet down below.
What Lies Ahead For Shazam After Fury Of The Gods?
Shazam! With the debut of Mirren, Liu, and Zegler’s new DC villains, Fury of the Gods appears to be raising the stakes for Billy and his allies, while it is unclear exactly how this impending release will affect the future of the DCU. Shazam is not the main cause of the audience’s interest in Shazam’s future! rather than the events that are currently shaking up DC in the actual world as a result of its most recent leadership transition. Recent days have created some serious anxiety for DC fans as the fates of their favorite characters remain utterly uncertain. James Gunn and Peter Safran have taken over as co-CEOs of DC studios as they now attempt to move into the newly dubbed DCU.
Many people conjectured that Shazam’s subsequent journey may include him confronting his comic book adversary when Dwayne Johnson finally took the character to the big screen with the release of Black Adam in October. Although this rumor has been mostly put to rest by recent news that Black Adam would not be a part of the DC Universe’s current wave of narrative, a potential cross-over between the two comic book icons cannot be completely ruled out for the future. Levi addressed the uncertainty surrounding his job amid these significant changes, saying he doesn’t know what lies ahead but attempted to comfort supporters by adding that he thinks he’s “in a really good place.”
Sandberg’s enthusiasm for Shazam has been apparent throughout the making of both Shazam! and Shazam! Fury of the Gods, despite the amusement this blunder provides. Therefore, if the character were to become one of the DCU’s most recent victims, it would probably disappoint many people. It is unclear how Shazam will fit into Gunn and Safran’s future plans, but Gunn has stated that fresh information regarding the DC Universe’s next slate would be disclosed in the early months of 2023. This information should provide some light on what Shazam’s future holds for Levi’s hero.