The DCEU is heading in a new direction. And it could be one that improves the franchise as a whole.
With Shazam! nearing its release, Warner Bros. has revealed the newest trailer for the thundering hero. And judging by the looks of things, it will be a lot of fun. Something the DCEU wasn’t really known for, for quite some time. Check out the latest trailer below.
Warner Bros. Pictures released a short new trailer for the latest DC Films title Shazam! last night. Or maybe it’s a long TV spot. They don’t really specify what exactly it is.
The new preview is longer than the usual 15 to 30-second TV spot at just under a minute in length, but shorter than most trailers. But this is Shazam! we’re talking about. The teaser trailer we saw back in July was longer than most official trailers at nearly three minutes. So this one is doing its own thing at this point, and we’re just along for the ride.
You can find the video below along with a synopsis.
Netflix has announced a massive voice cast for The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, a prequel series based on Jim Henson‘s 1982 hit The Dark Crystal.
The voice cast is led by Taron Egerton, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Nathalie Emmanuel, who play the show’s three Gelfling heroes (seen above), named Rian, Brea, and Deet. But there are so many more familiar names involved, as well.
You can find the lengthy list of who else is voicing characters in Age of Resistance below, along with the full images of the three lead characters.
At some point in time the DC film universe had to stop being dark and brooding. And it looks like that time is now. The cast and crew of SHAZAM! were at San Diego Comic-Con to prove that the DC Extended Universe is not all doom and gloom with the first trailer for the film.
It looks fun, humorous, and it has plenty of laughs. Check out the first trailer for SHAZAM!, below.
If you saw the first unofficial image of Zachary Levi filming Shazam! you understand why some fans may have been disappointed by it. The actor will play the superpowered title hero in the upcoming film that is set to hit theaters next year.
While the film is still in production, Warner Bros. has released a slight tease ahead of the film’s big debut at San Diego Comic-Con 2018. So sit back and grab a soda, because you might need it after seeing the first official look at the film. Check it out below.