Given that you’re coming to this site, there’s a good chance you realize that films are always changing along the way. The scripts are outlined, re-outlined, written, rewritten, and rewritten again. From there, the production process often sees a good number of on-set changes, and in postproduction, there are yet further opportunities to change things along the way. This is a bit of a longwinded way to lead into the Shazam movie.
“It’s all written within the spirit of respecting and paying homage to the comics." The post Dwayne Johnson Teases His Take on Black Adam in Shazam, Plus DC Connections appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Dwayne Johnson revealed by tweeting that he would be playing Black Adam in a filmed based on DC’s "Shazam." Warner Bros. subsidiary New Line Cinema is set to produce the film. Entertainment Weekly got a chance to speak to New Line C...
Director David F. Sandberg confirmed that Shazam has a script and will begin shooting soon. The post Shazam Will Be the Next DC Movie to Film, Director Confirms appeared first on CBR.
Director David F. Sandberg reveals that Dwayne Johnson's Black Adam was in early scripts, but will no longer appear in Shazam.