The leak of the Shazam 2 logo addressed by the director
Shazam! Director David F. Sandberg addressed sequel logo leak Fury of the gods.
This Worlds of DC project is currently in production and once again welcomes Zachary Levi as the titular superhero, alongside notable newcomers Helen Mirren and Lucy Liu.
However, a promotional graphic appears to have come down like a lead balloon with a fan, who has surfaced. on Twitter Last week.
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Sending the logo directly to Sandberg, they wrote: “[Please] tell me it’s wrong @ponysmasher â, before the filmmaker himself replied:â It’s just a [temporary] logo someone made for the production, not the movie logo.
“On the first Shazam production logo says Franklin but on this one we don’t use a codename. “
However, some social media users actually liked the logo for its old-school style: “I love this temporary logo, the ’90s sports drink. [vibes], ” wrote a person.
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Another added: “As obviously [though]. It’s really cool though. Very original. “A third mentionned: “To be honest, I would dig if it was the logo. Of course since [you’re] still tinkering with it, can’t wait to see what the polished version will look like. “
Shazam! Fury of the gods is scheduled to hit theaters on June 2, 2023.
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