‘Shazam! Fury Of The Gods’ Was The Only Film To Move Forward A Few Months. The Film Starring Zachary Levi Will Run From June 2, 2023 Forward To December 12, 2022.


Warner Bros. has left his fans baffled by his decision to “ruffle up” release dates for some of his films. The postponement of a number of release dates has inevitably disappointed fans.

Such as ” Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom ” and ” The Flash ” which were both delayed from a 2022 to 2023 release. This follows production delays caused by COVID-19. The sequel starring Jason Momoa has been pushed back from December 16, 2022 to March 17, 2023. Meanwhile, Ezra Miller ‘s first solo run as Flash will be pushed back from November 4, 2022 to June 23, 2023.

Not only that, Dwayne Johnson ‘s film ” Black Adam ” will also be pushed back three months from its original release schedule to October 21, 2022. While ” DC League of Super-Pets ” has been moved to July 29, 2022, which was the original date of “Black Adam”.

“Super-Pets,” which will see Johnson voicing Superman’s canine best friend, Krypto the Super-Dog, was previously slated for release on May 20, 2022. However, the release date has also been pushed forward.

” Shazam! Fury of the Gods ” was the only film to move forward a few months. The film starring Zachary Levi will run from June 2, 2023 forward to December 12, 2022, just in time for the Christmas season.

“We’re excited to bring Shazam! Fury of the Gods to audiences as a Christmas present this year,” said Jeff Goldstein, Warner Bros. president of domestic distribution. “Family of all ages will really enjoy it.”

Timothee Chalamet ‘s film ” Wonka ” is also pushed back from March 17, 2023 to December 15, 2023. Warner Bros. got off to a hot start in 2022 with ” The Batman ” starring Robert Pattinson . The film grossed $134 million at the domestic box office in its opening weekend, making it the best debut of 2022 and the second-highest release in the pandemic era after ” Spider-Man: No Way Home “.


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