VALERIE MACON/AFP by way of Getty Zachary Levi
Zachary Levi is addressing the place his Shazam character stands amid ongoing adjustments being made at DC Studios.
On Tuesday, Levi, 42, responded to followers on Twitter speculating whether or not his superhero can be getting lower from the franchise because the studio’s new CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran reconfigure the way forward for DC motion pictures. (Henry Cavill just lately confirmed he won’t return as Superman and Gal Gadot’s Marvel Girl 3 was reportedly canceled.)
“Oooh, I actually would not go believing the whole lot you see on the web,” Levi wrote on Twitter in response to at least one fan, who wrote they’d “throw fingers” to avoid wasting the Shazam motion pictures, the following of which is ready to launch in March.
“I am Gucci, Ash,” the actor added, addressing the fan immediately. “All of us Gucci. 😎”
Levi additionally on Tuesday responded to 56-year-old Gunn’s assertion shared on Instagram relating to some fan backlash to the abrupt adjustments within the DC Universe, as Gunn wrote that “disrespectful outcry won’t ever, ever have an effect on our actions” relating to future storylines for the corporate’s film slate.
“Amen. 🙏,” he wrote in response to Gunn’s put up.
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On Monday, Gunn clarified that Gadot, 37, was not ousted from her function as Marvel Girl as he responded to an individual within the remark part of his Instagram put up who claimed he and Safran made “the transfer in addition Cavill and Gadot,” which “would not encourage confidence” in the way forward for the DC Universe.
Wrote Gunn, “I am undecided the place you are getting that we ‘booted’ Gal.”
Days earlier than stories of Marvel Girl 3‘s unclear future, Gadot wrote on social media that she “cannot wait to share her subsequent chapter” of the character with followers. She added, “I have been so grateful for the chance to play such an unimaginable, iconic character and greater than something I am grateful for YOU. The followers. Probably the most superb, heat, loving followers on the planet. I am nonetheless pinching myself to see if I’ll get up.”
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On Tuesday, Dwayne Johnson weighed in on the way forward for his DC character Black Adam, sharing in a message on Twitter that Black Adam will not have a sequel within the quick future.
Johnson’s ardour mission hit theaters on Oct. 21, debuting to No. 1 on the home field workplace — changing into the largest opening weekend of his profession as a lead actor.
“James Gunn and I related, and Black Adam won’t be of their first chapter of storytelling,” he wrote within the assertion. “Nonetheless, DC and Seven Bucks have agreed to proceed exploring probably the most worthwhile methods Black Adam will be utilized in future DC multiverse chapters.”
Shazam: Fury of the Gods, the sequel to 2019’s Shazam, is in theaters March 17.