Shazam 2’s Zachary Levi asks fans not to necessarily show up at the house

Shazam: Anger of God’s actor Zachary Levi asks fans not to show up at his house (or anyone’s house) unannounced because it’s very gruesome.

Shazam! Anger of the gods the star, Zachary Levi, has delivered a PSA that tells fans he is not necessarily up to his house. Levi just wrapped up the sequel Shazam!, which is once again led by David F. Sandberg and is scheduled to be released in 2023. Stars return: Jack Dylan Grazer, Adam Brody, Ross Butler, Meagan Good, DJ Cotrona and Asher Angel. New cast members included Helen Mirren as Hespera and Lucy Liu as Calypso, the presumed evil of the film.

Levi also plays American Underdog, which is the true life story of NFL quarterback Kurt Warner, who debated on Christmas Day. Levi is joined by the film by Anna Paquin, Dennis Quaid, Bruce McGill, and Adam Baldwin, which follows the inspiring story of Warner, who went from a businessman to NFL MVP, Super Bowl MVP, and Hall of Fame quarterback. The film is part of Lionsgate’s faith-based label, directed by Andrew and Jon Erwin, under their Kingdom Story Company.


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Wearing one Shazam! colorful shirt with a lighting bolt label, Zachary Levi took to Instagram with a PSA warning fans about the recognition or invitation came to his home. The actor says it was a consistent problem and tells a story that took place just 30 minutes before the video was shot, where a young girl and an elderly woman came to his home as if looking for someone else. Levi emphasizes that fans who take surprising celebrities like this into account should ask themselves whether it is logical or cute or whether they really think it will bring the fan interaction they are hoping for. Finally, he simply says, “it’s a bad idea.” Check out his full PSA below:

Shazam! Anger of the gods Co-star, Jack Dylan Glazer, commented on the Instagram thread, saying funny, FINE! No more unwanted Boba for you I think! “ which is a funny jab at the star, but the message should not be distracting. Stalkers are a very real thing in Hollywood, whether you’re at the top of the A-list or swimming around the C-list. TV stars, including reality TV stars like Kendall Jenner are often confronted by “fans” looking for a connection. Recently at the Venice Film Festival, Ben Affleck got an over-motivated fan trying to get a selfie with the actor and his girlfriend, Jennifer Lopez.

Celebrities definitely open up their lives to become a recognizable and bigger-than-life persona, but fans often lose personal space and respect when they try to meet them, which can be a tedious and often dangerous situation, no matter how much money they make. do per year. Many consider salary and star status to be an open invitation to barrage talent with demands and experiences that no one would rightly seek under other circumstances. When it comes to meeting a celebrity, a safer bet is to attend events where fan interaction is possible, as well as safe and controlled, such as conventions or red carpet events where fans are allowed. Showing up in front of their door, however, is just not a good idea, and for those who want to meet Levi, maybe a ticket to see Shazam! Anger of the gods June 2023 is a safer bet to connect with the star.

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