David F. Sandberg, director of the not-yet-filmed “Shazam!” sequel, has shared a spoof trailer for the film, all because of some very early critiques.
Sandberg defined on Twitter that there are already critiques for “Shazam! 2” on Letterboxd, a film-focused social community the place film lovers can evaluation, rank and share their favourite tasks. Utilizing the misguided feedback, Sandberg put collectively a 30-second clip selling the sequel, which has but to be filmed.
“I’m fine with this,” a person known as Roberto The Individual wrote, whereas one other stated, “I’m gonna be 19 when this comes out what.” Identical to a traditional film trailer, the transient critiques had been proven on display whereas a montage of clips and music from the primary film performed. “Jack Dylan Grazer I’m free Thursday night to paint ur nails and dance in ur room to Fleetwood Mac,” one other evaluation reads, referring to the actor who performs Freddy Freeman, greatest good friend of Shazam’s alter-ego Billy Batson.
Although the trailer was a joke, “Shazam! 2” is coming — finally. Initially set for launch on April 1, 2022, Warner Bros. and DC Comics determined to push again the sequel seventh months to Nov. 4, 2022, due to manufacturing delays introduced on by the coronavirus pandemic.
Based mostly on the comedian of the identical identify, “Shazam!” follows Batson (Asher Angel), a 14-year-old foster youngster with the flexibility to rework into grownup superhero Shazam (Levi). Nevertheless, it’s unclear precisely what Shazam’s powers are, and Batson and his greatest good friend should uncover the right way to use them with the intention to cease villain Dr. Thaddeaus Sivana (Mark Sturdy).
Watch Sandberg’s video beneath.