‘Shazam! Fury of the Gods director justifies citywide carnage


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No superhero blockbuster is complete without at least one scene of wanton destruction that reduces much of a city to nothing but smoldering rubble, and there are bonus points for involving a celestial ray of some sort. Shazam! wrath of the gods definitely ticks the first box, but director David F. Sandberg has a perfectly fitting rationale.

The recent trailer divided opinion over some inconsistencies and subpar CGI, but luckily for the effects team, it was all quickly forgotten when Zachary Levi’s controversial comments about Pfizer instead captured the online imagination, spawning multiple conspiracy theories about his short- and long-term DCU Future.

Anyhow, Sandberg took a moment to address those concerns wrath of the gods doesn’t care about the helpless civilians trapped in the various buildings ready to be pulverized to dust by an epic showdown between heroes and villains, and the filmmaker’s strong Twitter game has once again been brought to the surface.

It’s an institution we’d like to raze to the ground, because there are few things worse than being nearly blinded by the screen of a ruthless idiot’s cell phone in a theater, so we thank Sandberg for helping out in this delicate matter is so considerate.

People pay tickets to enjoy the experience, and anyone who happily scrolls through their device instead of seeing what’s happening on the big screen deserves to be shot through a skyscraper by Helen Mirren.

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