The Warner Bros panels at the San Diego Comic-con were held on the 23 of July. And while the fans were treated to a New look at the Trailers for Shazam! 2 and Black Adam, the panel became light on anything else.
New Trailers for Shazam! 2 and Black Adam
According to reports during the week that Henry Cavill was set to be on stage to finally offer up some clarity in his role as Superman, but he was nowhere to be found during the show, which stuck rigidly to reveal Black Adam and the shazam sequel.
Also, the panel gave nothing in any updates on the much-delayed blockbuster, The flash, or the Aquaman sequel, the third installment of wonder woman, or the sequel of the batman, or indeed any scraps of information on batgirl or the newly-announced static shock movie.
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Shazam! Fury of the Gods Trailer
To be fair, the flash, Batman, and Aquaman didn’t even make any appearances, but only with the use of old footage found in the first trailer for Shazam! Fury of The Gods, which you can see via this URL.
The Panel’s real highlight was the unveiling of the trailer for Shazam! Fury of the Gods which would be arriving in December.
It was confirmed by star Zachary Levi that the new movie would be set two years after the first movie. Also, Fans would also get to look at the movie villains, The Daughter of Atlas, who would be played by Helen Mirren, Lucy Liu, and Rachel Zegler. Levi has also teased the possibility of a third movie, if the audience is willing, telling the fans “If you guys go and see it, I’m sure the bosses would like to make another.
Shazam! Then gave way to Black Adam, with Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and director Jaume Collect-Serra taking to the stage to present a new short trailer from the dark new addition to the DC Movie Universe.
DC Universe Justice Society
Talking about the role, Johnson said that it had been a long journey to get to the movie being greenlit. He stated: According to Deadline “It has been a long journey filled with passion and grit to push Black Adam along — it has been over 10 years. To be here at Comic-Con, Hall H, representing a DC hero, an anti-hero, is a dream come true. When I started 20 years ago, many moons ago, I would bring movies here and hope people would love it. How can we create something that is fresh and unique… show and create something that’s never been done? My goal is to usher in a new era in the DC universe. What is it like to build out the DC universe with the Justice Society as well?”
As well as the new trailer, which you get to see below, it also was confirmed that Black Adam would be featuring Viola Davis, who would be bringing Amanda Waller, the character whom she played in Suicide Squad, to the movie.
Also on July 23, Marvel head honcho Kevin Fiege would be revealing his new plans for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.