As work on DCEU’s upcoming superhero movie Shazam! is progressing steadily, the actors working on the film are leaving no stone unturned to create a buzz among fans by regularly posting behind the scenes pictures on social media.
In a new Instagram picture, you can see the titular hero, Zachary Levi, himself posing with The Walking Dead actor Cooper Andrews, who is playing Billy Batson’s foster parent Victor Vasquez, for a selfie. You can check out the picture below.
Recently, when a fan asked Levi on Twitter what he likes the most about filming the project so far, he tweeted back with a simple response- flying.
Last week, a couple of leaked pictures of Zachary Levi in the Shazam! superhero costume went viral on the internet. Levi came forward to explain that the costume leak wasn’t intentional. He was hopeful that the makers would roll out better pictures of the costume soon.
“How’d everyone like that Shazam pic that was online yesterday?,” Levi said during a live stream video on Instagram. “Kind of crazy right? That wasn’t planned. That was completely unplanned. Hopefully, we’ll be able to have a better pic at some point out there for people to see.”
The leaked picture in question showed Zachary Levi in Shazam!’s iconic red-and-gold costume standing surrounded by other crew members of the film on a Christmas-decorated set which looks like the main concourse of a shopping mall. Shazam’s costume was complete with a two-tiered cape, buccaneer boots, a belt, and armbands.
Notably, director David F. Sandberg had earlier revealed that the Shazam! costume would be similar to the suit created for the character in DC animated universe.
Shazam! is scheduled to release in theaters on April 5, 2019. The film will feature Asher Angel as young Billy Batson, Zachary Levi as Shazam, and Mark Strong as antagonist Dr. Thaddeus Sivana.
What do you think could be the reason for that the makers to not roll out the official Shazam! costume pictures yet? Let us know in comments below.
Flying. 😏 https://t.co/Uk9MGrUlf8
— Zacovfefe (@ZacharyLevi) March 4, 2018
Source: Zachary Levi
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