The 30-year-old actor will repeat his role as adult Eugene Choi in the superhero sequel and accepts that expectations are higher after the positive reaction to the first film.
When asked if he was looking forward to getting back to the DC Extended Universe franchise, Ross said, “Yeah, there is a little pressure, but to be honest, people loved it because it was so fun and light-hearted. There were some serious issues, but we all really enjoyed the set and I think that reads in the end product. “
The “13 Reasons Why” star confessed that he was surprised that director David F. Sandberg got involved with the original film, which featured Asher Angel as a teenager, Billy Batson, a teenager who turns into superhero Shazam (Zachary Levi) could make such a humorous film) when he pronounces the magic word.
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Talk to the Collider website. He said, “In this next movie, you’re going to see more adults now that we’re established, and we’re just going to have fun.
“I believe in writing and I believe in the director. I didn’t think he’d be able to make such a fun movie because he’s a very calm Swedish man in real life. He’s super talented, but we said, “Let’s see how this goes,” and he killed it. “
Ross is also keen on a crossover between ‘Shazam!’ and “Black Adam” so that he can compete against his friend and “To All the Boys” co-star Noah Centineo, the atom smasher in “Shazam!” Spin-off project.
He said, “I don’t know if this is the plan, but Black Adam is the villain of Shazam and I hope there will be a crossover so that Noah and I can poke heads as superheroes. If they don’t initiate it in the movie they’re making, I think it will be a disservice. You have to make us do something stupid. “