‘Shazam!’ Director on That Viral Box Office Comment

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As if the pressure of his movie failure wasn’t enough, people are trying to get David F. Sandberg in trouble by taking his viral Reddit comment out of context. Now with Shazam! wrath of the gods The director swoops and burns in theaters, trying to steer the conversation away from his apparent nonchalance and towards the film’s box office performance.

In the meantime, The last of us Star Bella Ramsey is teasing fandom about the season 2 release window, but if you were expecting it to arrive soon, you could be in for bad news.

Pedro Pascal portrayed the surrogate father long before The Mandalorian And The last of usStrictly speaking

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You might think that Pedro Pascal will have a hard time escaping the vicious Hollywood tradition of being typecast now that he’s playing the perfect surrogate father The Mandalorian And The last of usbut the first time he portrayed such a character was in the 2018 sci-fi thriller Outlook.

The story revolves around a father and his daughter trying to harvest gems on a distant moon, only to find themselves embroiled in a fight for their survival. Sounds a lot like another post-apocalyptic story we know, right?

Shazam! The director sheds light on his earlier comment that he knew the film would underperform

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Sitting through the disaster Shazam! wrath of the gods The launch isn’t the only drama David F. Sandberg is dealing with these days. In a recent Reddit Q&A, the director was asked about his feelings about the box office rating, and he pretty much said he already knew the sequel was going to flop. Many people are now calling out Sandberg for his seemingly unprofessional comment, but he insists it was taken out of context.

Bella Ramsey reveals when to expect it The last of us Season two, and it’s not anytime soon

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While many newcomers are still processing everything that happened in The last of us Season one and especially its explosive finale, the HBO and Naughty Dog team can’t afford to waste any time and are already laying the groundwork for the adaptation The Last of Us Part II in the form of two further television seasons.

How long that will last is unclear, but Bella Ramsey is here to give us a bleak estimate. As she explained in an interview with the independent, Per colliders, It will be at least two years before Joel and Ellie return to the small screens. “It’s going to take a while,” she said. “I think we’ll probably be shooting late this year, early next. So it will probably be late 2024, early 2025.”

Nine months just for pre-production sounds crazy. Well, perfection takes time, and I’m sure most of us would be willing to wait a little longer to get the next chapter in all its acclaimed glory.


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