It might be worth watching Andy Muschietti's smash-hit horror movie again if only for the performances of the film's excellent young cast members.
Jack Dylan Grazer has joined the cast of 'Shazam!'. The film is being produced by New Line Cinema in conjunction with Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment. Shazam himself is the alter-ego of the aforementioned teenage Billy Batson who has the ability to say the word "Shazam", and transform into an adult superhero with the power of six mythological gods after saying the word. Grazer will portray Freddy, Billy Batson's best friend.
Really bright Geminid meteor shower could be coming
No special equipment is required to watch the Geminids meteor shower - just a dark, open sky and the means to stay warm. When judging these light shows, the number of meteors visible per hour is sometimes used as a proxy of brightness.
Kate McKinnon's Gal Gadot Impression Could Be Her Best Yet
The amusing woman sprinkled in her impression as she explained what it was like to work with her. She continued by jumping back into her Gadot accent, describing the Wonder Woman star's hobbies.
Were Analysts Bearish RAVE Restaurant Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:RAVE) This Week?
Purchases Shares of 10,827 Gilead Sciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:GILD). 22,733 are held by Bragg Fincl Advisors Inc. (NASDAQ:GILD). The American National Bank holds 20,350 shares with $1.44 million value, down from 42,122 last quarter. (NASDAQ: GILD ).
The report comes from Deadline who revealed that Dylan will don the role of a DC character known as Freddy Freeman. No further details were available. Zachary Levi will play the titular role of Shazam. While fishing with his grandfather Jacob, the Freemans go from innocent bystanders to victims of this battle with Jacob dying in the aftermath. In the comics, Freddy eventually becomes a hero in his own right and adopts the identity of Captain Marvel Jr.
Creation filmmaker David F. Sandberg is directing from a script by Darren Lemke (Jack the Giant Slayer) and Henry Gayden (Earth to Echo). Production on the project is expected to kick off in February of next year.