Well-known actor Zachary Levi, who starred in “Shazam! Fury of the Gods,” slammed Hollywood for placing out films that had been “rubbish,” despite the very fact his film was a field workplace flop.
“I personally really feel like the quantity of content material that comes out of Hollywood that’s rubbish — they don’t care sufficient to really make it nice for you guys. They don’t,” Levi stated to the gang at Fan Expo Chicago, in keeping with Leisure Weekly (EW). “What number of instances do you watch a trailer and go, ‘Oh my god, this appears so cool!’ Then you definately go to the film and it’s like, ‘This was what I get?’” Levi reportedly stated, whereas the gang applauded and cheered.
Levi went on to handle what he perceived to be the back-handed method the studios had been taking after they launched movies they allegedly knew would crash and burn.
“They know that after you’ve already purchased the ticket and also you’re within the seat, they’ve acquired your cash. And the one manner for us to vary any of it’s to not go to the rubbish. Now we have to actively not select the rubbish. It’ll assist. It’ll assist so much,” he stated, in keeping with EW. Curiously, his film, “Shazam! Fury of the Gods” flopped in theaters and wasn’t effectively acquired by followers. (RELATED: Stephen Amell Walks Again ‘Misinterpreted Remark’ About Hollywood Strike)
The extremely controversial actor isn’t a stranger to stirring up waves along with his commentary. He has lately gone on public rants about Dwayne Johnson, blaming him for the last word failure of “Shazam!,” in keeping with Decider. The well-known actor has additionally voiced his help for the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes.
“Now we have to actively not select the rubbish. It’ll assist. It’ll assist so much,” he stated, per Decider.