New photos from the set of Shazam 2, which they portray Helen Mirren in the role of Hespera, the villain of the film.
Despite the few details about the character, the director David F. Sandberg he never kept the role of Helen Mirren in the film and now we can take a first look at the stage costume.
Helen Mirren on the set of Shazam 2
The latest photos from the set of Shazam: Fury of the Gods show Helen Mirren in the costume of her character Hespera. Filming for the DC film is currently underway and photos from the set are certainly not lacking for this Shazam sequel.
The most recent snaps to appear on Twitter offer a first look at the actress sporting her detailed outfit.
With the success of the first film, the director David F. Sandberg returned to the set with Zachary Levi is Asher Angel, respectively Shazam and young Billy Batson, for the sequel. Warner Bros, with the box office success of the first chapter, has expanded the cast of the second film with a mix of experienced actors and rising stars.
Among these new entries, the most awaited is probably Helen Mirren in the role of Hespera, the villain of the film. Thanks to AjepArt we can take a first look at the character, intent on having lunch with Shazam.
SHAZAM AND HELEN SHE LOOKS GREAT AND I LOVE THIS pic.twitter.com/m0pzmZpXVw
– AjepArt (@AjepArts) June 21, 2021
The fact that Hespera doesn’t have a clear counterpart in the DC comics doesn’t make it easy to predict the kind of involvement she’ll have in the film. The fairly certain thing is that Hespera will be the daughter of the Greek god Atlas and sister of the characters of Lucy Liu is Rachel Zegler.
There are almost two years left for the release of Shazam: Fury of the Gods and it may take a while longer for Warner Bros to reveal more information about the new characters. Sandberg he managed to avoid sensational spoilers by revealing details about new characters little by little, anticipating any leaks. With filming still underway, it’s not out of the question that more shots may arrive from the set, giving the audience a further idea of what they will be able to see in the film.