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Shazam! Fury of the Gods Director David F. Sandberg Has Hilarious Response to Latest Delay

Warner Bros. and DC Comics' Shazam! sequel Fury of the Gods was once set to hit theaters in 2023 before being shuffled to a new release date along with some other films like Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom and The Flash. The latter two films were pushed back a year to 2023, while Shazam! Fury of the Gods was moved up to December 16, 2022. Earlier today, the Shazam! sequel got delayed a few days to December 21, 2022, which I'm guessing is due to Avatar: The Way of Water, and the films director had a hilarious response to the change. David F. Sandberg took to Twitter to make a few jokes about Fury of the Gods' delay.
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Netflix Lands Greg Weidman and Geoff Tock Spec ‘Below’ With ‘Shazam!’s David F. Sandberg Directing

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: Following a competitive auction, sources tell Deadline that Netflix has landed the spec Below, which was written by Greg Weidman and Geoff Tock and will be directed by David F. Sandberg. Insiders say the package had half-dozen studios and streamers in the mix for it, with sources saying the spec sold in the low-seven-figures range. The package also reunites Sandberg with James Wan, who discovered Sandberg and produced his feature film Lights Out and further helped in launching his career when Wan tapped him to direct The Conjuring spinoff Annabelle: Creation. Wan and Michael...

Shazam! Director David F. Sandberg Is Making Another Horror Movie

Reunited and it feels so good ... and I'm not just talking about one killer reunion, I'm talking about two. So throw on your class ring and don your best Romy and Michele get-up, because not only is director David F. Sandberg ("Shazam!," "Lights Out," "Annabelle: Creation") reuniting with the horror genre at large, but the announcement of his upcoming film "Below" also sees him back in the studio with prolific horror director James Wan ("Malignant," "The Conjuring"). Those are two great tastes that taste great together and I can't wait to see what they start brewing up behind the scenes.
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David F. Sandberg would snub Superman movie

David F. Sandberg would never direct a 'Superman' film. The 41-year-old filmmaker is returning to helm the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) sequel 'Shazam! Fury of the Gods' but wants to stay away from tackling Superman as he fears that he would anger fans of The Man of Steel. Responding to...