Helen Mirren confessed that she did not quite understand the plot of Shazam 2: The Fury of the Gods. Although the actress gladly agreed to participate in the sequel to the superhero, for now she says she has not fully understood the script written by Henry Gayden and Chris Morgan.
While visiting the show The Graham Norton Show, the British driver asked him about his participation in the sequel to Shazam. The actress herself admitted to being a big fan of the first movie, but she also asked not to be asked about the plot of the second.
“Don’t ask me about the plot, it’s too confusing,” Mirren said. «[Lucy Liu y yo] we are angry goddesses wearing incredibly heavy costumes. It was very hot and uncomfortable, and in fact, Lucy said at the end of the first day of shooting, ‘They’re trying to kill us,’ with all seriousness.”
In the return of Shazam, the actress plays Hespera, the great villain of the Show. For her part, Lucy Liu will play Kalypso, another goddess who will put Billy Batson (Asher Angel) and his adoptive brothers in trouble. However, Warner hasn’t provided many details about the sequel’s plot. Perhaps a compelling reason for Mirren to pretend not to know the ways of her character.
Helen Mirren assured that she had a lot of fun during the filming of Shazam 2. Despite the fact that she broke her finger doing some of his scenes. “I didn’t say anything or complain because I wanted to be a real badass,” the actress said.
And it is that the actress in recent years has shown a special interest in action. To prove her participation in the last two installments of Fast and furious. Although in those, Mirren planned to drive cars at high speed, it will be until the sequel that will arrive this year, when we will see her (via) furious behind the wheel.
“The reason I wanted to be in the Fast and Furious movies [era] to be able to drive cars at full speed on closed streets. In the first two movies I wasn’t even close to one, so I paid my dues and now they let me get in the car.”
we will see her in fast and furious 10 on May 18, 2023. But before that date it will hit the big screen with Shazam 2: The Fury of the Gods on March 16 of this year.
Luis Angel H. Mora My most stable relationship is with the movies, parties and music. I love writing about cinema, meeting new people and sharing ideas. Idealistic in every way, I guess that’s my Ascendant Aquarian trait.