Shazam: Fury of the Gods chief David F. Sandberg unveils the first authority take a gander at the whole Shazam family’s new costumes. Following the success of 2019’s Shazam, Warner Bros. greenlit a sequel with Sandberg back in charge. The first film followed the origins of youthful legend Billy Batson (Asher Angel), who is conceded the capacity to transform into a grown-up superhero (Zachary Levi) at whatever point he says “Shazam.” Shazam 2 is as of now slated to show up in theaters in 2023. Notwithstanding, despite that date still being two years away, creation on the film has effectively started.
In the wake of teasing the appearance of said costumes for some time now, Sandberg chose to advance beyond a likely break by posting a picture of the grown-up cast in their full, refreshed suits on Monday morning. From left to right, that is Adam Brody (Freddy), Meagan Good (Darla), Ross Butler (Eugene), Levi, Grace Fulton (presently playing the two versions of Mary), and D.J. Cotrona (Pedro). Look at it beneath.
This time around, the colors for the Shazam family’s suits seem, by all accounts, to be more quieted than previously, and furthermore made of another material. In general, the Shazam 2 costumes feel less cartoonish than they did in the first film, which could perhaps allude to a more serious struggle ahead. Mary’s costume appears to be the one that has changed the most, with the more extended sleeves and more tight skirt. By and large, Shazam 2’s suits are the right degree of new and old, and it’ll be energizing to see the family act quickly while wearing them.
These days, it’s entirely expected for bits of superhero movies to get uncovered online through leaks and set photos, so it was smart of Sandberg to uncover Shazam 2’s new costumes all alone. Previously, just Levi’s had been glimpsed through set pics, while an authority video showed some of the details of the suit in outrageous closeup. Presently, however, the entirety of the Shazam siblings stand tall and glad in their refreshed looks. It’s hard not to get insanely amped up for Shazam 2 while taking a gander at these costumes. Assuming that was Sandberg’s expectation, mission accomplished.