The director of the long-awaited Shazam! sequel has made mild of the movie’s delays after sharing a brand new parody poster.
Following delays to filming the sequel via the coronavirus pandemic, the movie is now scheduled for a November 2022 launch, three years after the unique. The follow-up to the 2019 movie was initially confirmed final December.
Forward of the DC FanDome occasion yesterday (August 22), a parody poster appeared on Twitter and director David F. Sandberg shared the picture in approval.
Accompanying the mock-up poster was the caption: “Shazam! Now the kids have facial hair!” You possibly can see the poster under.
— David F. Sandberg (@ponysmasher) August 20, 2020
Earlier this month (August 16), Sandberg trolled followers by sharing a pretend trailer for the movie’s upcoming sequel.
Though Shazam! 2 hasn’t even began manufacturing but, opinions for the non-existent movie have began popping up on opinions web site Letterboxd.
Sandberg then took it upon himself to make use of the quotes in a pretend trailer promoting the brand new movie. “We haven’t shot Shazam 2 yet but there are already reviews up on Letterboxd,” he tweeted together with the trailer. “I’m pretty sure that means we’re allowed to start using review quotes for marketing.”
Shazam! starred Zachary Levi as a child who finds himself within the physique of a superhero. The movie earned over $364 million worldwide, in addition to receiving largely optimistic opinions.