With Aquaman already shining at the global box office, Warner Bros and DC Films would surely want the next in line comic book adaptation film Shazam! to get the same response from fans. The film’s first trailer and subsequent teaser images and footage have already created a lot of hype for the film among fans. With just three months remaining for release, it’s now high time that the makers roll out a second trailer.
If popular leakster Daniel Richtman is to be believed, the second Shazam! trailer will drop soon. He claims that the trailer will release on Saturday, January 19. If the release date is true then it’s possible that the trailer will come out attached to prints of M. Night Shyamalan’s superhero opus, Glass.
Notably, even actor Zachary Levi, who plays the titular character in the film, teased the premiere of a second trailer sometime early in 2019.
Recently, Reddit user Donna201299, who claims to have seen a test screening of the film, declared Shazam! as the best movie since Christopher Nolan’s Batman Dark Knight films.
“I saw an early screening for Shazam and it’s honestly the best movie DC has put out since the Nolan Batman series,” the Redditor wrote about the film. He added that the film was pure joy to watch from beginning to end.
The film follows the story of a teenager named Billy Batson, played by Asher Angel, who is chosen by a wizard to become his successor. The wizard bestows him with powers that change him into a superhero when he utters the word Shazam.
Directed by David F. Sandberg, Shazam! stars Zachary Levi as the titular superhero, Asher Angel (Billy Batson), Jack Dylan Grazer (Freddy Freeman), Mark Strong (Dr. Thaddeus Sivana), Djimon Hounsou (The Wizard), Grace Fulton (Mary Bromfield), Ross Butler, Adam Brody, and Michelle Borth.
Shazam! will release in theatres on April 5, 2019.
Source: Daniel Richtman
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