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Levi Orphan Black Propaganda Style shirt previously addressed his uncertain future as Shazam during Comic-Con Portugal 2022, saying that he hopes that Safran and Gunn have “a plan and a future for Shazam” in the DCU moving forward. In the actor’s latest Instagram live, Levi acknowledged the fact that the things that he said during conventions (like the one from Portugal) “continue to be taken out of context” since they want to “stir up bullshit and drama:” “Ya know, some things I’ve said at a convention, well actually, multiple things I’ve said at multiple conventions, continue to be taken out of context, because people want to do that, because they want to stir up bullshit and drama. Well, you can stop that guys.” While noting that he has no idea about his future as Shazam, Levi hyped up Fury of the Gods, teasing that “it’s even better than the first one:” “Like I said, I have no idea what’s going on at the end of the day, but I don’t need to. I show up and I do my job. I’m so grateful that I get to be Shazam. I’m so grateful that I get to be super Billy Batson. And I will show up and do that as long as I’m given the opportunity to. And guess what, at this point right now, I’m still that character. I’d not had any outgoing conversation with the bosses. We have a movie that’s literally coming out in March… And guys, it’s even better than the first one, and the first one was really fucking good! Like, I think you’re really going to enjoy the next Shazam, Fury of the Gods. I really think you are. And I hope that’s even reflected in the box office as well, and I hope we do even better than we did the first time. And hopefully, hopefully, this does enough to silence, or at least quiet, the haters that are out that so purposefully want to be hateful about, I think, a really charming movie and a charming branch of what DC is.”
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Zachary Levi is not messing around when it comes to calling out the fake DC rumors Orphan Black Propaganda Style shirt The actor’s latest tirade is clearly emulating the DCU’s age of transparency now that newly-announced co-CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran are now in charge. Amid Gunn’s consistent act of calling out fake scoops, Levi’s latest honest comments about the “bullshit” rumors could likely serve as an eye-opener that the DCU is not to be messed with. Fans have already seen how quickly DC actors such as Henry Cavill and Dwayne Johnson have addressed their superhero future to avoid confusion among fans, and it’s safe to assume that similar moves will continue as the franchise’s next slate is poised to be announced in 2023. This move is important as it allows fans to be made aware of what’s really going on with the DCU, especially after an unfortunate chain of events that led to the DCEU’s collapse. Having this level of transparency allows everyone involved to at least minimize speculation since more concrete updates will emerge straight from the source. Hopefully, this tactic will benefit the DCU as it embraces an impending reboot.