Asher Angel is again as Billy Batson in Shazam! Fury of the Gods, which the star says has “every thing you need in a superhero film.” The sequel to 2019’s Shazam! reunites Angel with Zachary Levi, the actor behind Billy’s adult-sized superhero counterpart, to battle the daughters of Atlas (performed by DC Prolonged Universe newcomers Rachel Zegler, Lucy Liu, and Helen Mirren). As filming on Fury of the Gods continues in Atlanta with returning Shazam! director David F. Sandberg, Asher updates the sequel that the 18-year-old actor guarantees can be “a lot enjoyable”:
“We’re taking pictures proper now, I am in Atlanta. We’re taking pictures the second. I have been right here since Could, so we’re taking pictures and every thing goes nice,” Angel instructed Entertainment Tonight. “It is loopy, as a result of it is so lengthy overdue, so to be again feels so good. It is so nice to see Zachary Levi and Jack [Dylan Grazer].”
“We even have some new additions to the solid, some new individuals, so it feels so good to be again as Billy Batson. It is gonna be a lot enjoyable,” Angel added. “I feel the sequel is certainly gonna comply with up the primary one.”
Fury of the Gods reunites Angel and Levi with Billy’s foster household (Grazer, Grace Fulton, Jovan Armand, Ian Chen, and Faithe Herman), and their respective grownup superhero avatars (Adam Brody, Fulton, D.J. Cotrona, Ross Butler, and Meagan Good). Angel is “so glad” with the script from returning Shazam! screenwriter Henry Gayden, saying it is “so good.”
“It is type of acquired every thing you need in a superhero film,” Angel mentioned. “It is acquired these heartfelt moments, the motion, the comedy, and it is simply every thing you have ever needed to see on the massive display. I am excited.”
Sandberg just lately revealed the first look on the grownup solid suited up because the Shazamily, who put on new costumes once they return within the sequel dated for June 2023. After a smaller-scale Shazam!, Sandberg mentioned on Instagram that Fury of the Gods has a scope that’s “undoubtedly greater than the primary film.” Story particulars stay below wraps.