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Shazam 2 Director Makes Bold Claim About Spoilers I Dont Even Care

Shazam! swooped into theaters just over three years ago to introduce audiences to an allnew hero Zachary Levis Billy Batson. The festive family tale told the story of a young boy in search of his mother who inherits powers from an ancient wizard turning him into a fully grown man when activated. After Shazam! proved to be a critical and financial success the lighthearted blockbuster will see two followups released this year alone.

Dwayne Johnsons Black Adam will introduce Shazams most infamous rival in a spinoff adventure while Shazam! Fury of the Gods will serve as a sequel to the first film bringing back the entire cast and introducing Helen Mirren in a villainous role.
With Fury of the Gods just six months away from release after a recent change in scheduling director David F. Sandberg looks to be just as eager as fans for footage to be released to the world. In a recent poster on Twitter Shazam! Fury of the Gods director David F. Sandberg shared his hopes for Warner Bros. to put a lot of it in the trailer as he [doesnt] even care about spoilers

Its a MUCH bigger movie than the first one. Theres so much stuff that I cant wait for people to see. I hope they put a lot of it in the trailer. I dont even care about spoilers Im just eager to show off our creatures action etc. Having prior knowledge of a movies biggest secrets and surprises may not affect the quality but it certainly does have an impact on the viewing experience. After all its the big surprises epic action sequences and visual spectacles that lead to the ecstatic crowdpleasing moments and the most memorable moviegoing experiences.

Hearing a filmmaker completely uninterested in spoilers is certainly a bold and rare perspective but just how logical is it? Ultimately theres little benefit in featuring an excessive amount of footage in the trailers since it will simply lessen the viewing experience for many. But it is rather intriguing to hear just how excited Sandberg is to show off Fury of the Gods creatures and action. Dwayne Johnsons Black Adam just released its first trailer on June 8 135 days before its theatrical release. Following a similar pattern Shazam! Fury of the Gods ought to premiere its first peak around the beginning of August before hitting theaters on December 16.

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