DC and Warner Bros. are working day and night on their upcoming project. And, gladly some of those upcoming projects, there are few who can grow the currents branches of success even further. Shazam! did quite well at the box-office, having said that we should praise the tremendous acting of Zachary Levi in the character of Shazam! But, still, there were some who didn’t like the film because of their too much expectations with the film. Well, recently Zachary Levi was present at the MegaCon happening in Orlando and was promoting his character Shazam! It was then when someone asked him about whom he had a better experience of working with? Marvel or DC?
Zachary Levi didn’t hesitate for a second and revealed that,
“Everything’s a competition, isn’t it?” Zachary joked. “Well, I mean, I had more fun working for DC. I mean, I got to be my own superhero with DC, bro. It was super cool that I was cast, although I wasn’t able to do the first Thor, I was cast in that by Kenneth Branagh, who I think is an incredible talent.”
Well, we all knew that he is going to choose DC of course because there he was the main man. And, in the movies of Thor, he was simply a side-kick. Zachary went on to discuss the inner and minor details of his time working with DC. As he added,
“This is so dope, and we had some fun, but we didn’t really do all that much,” he added. “I mean, anyone who saw the movie, you should know, they didn’t really go that direction with the movie, so I didn’t have that much to do. So, I couldn’t possibly have had as much fun as going and being my own guy, who by the way, again, is a 14-year-old in a superhero adult body. The fun and funny and joy and heart, and everything that comes from a premise like that… that’s a fun movie! I’m so grateful that I get to do stuff like that, so yeah, DC… for life!.”
Shazam! is going to make its way out on DVD and Blu-ray on July 16th.
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