Director David F. Sandberg has confirmed that Grace Fulton will be portraying both versions of Mary in the DC Extended Universe’s Shazam! Fury of the God. The sequel to the acclaimed 2019 blockbuster witness Zachary Levi’s titular hero forced to face off against the daughters of Atlas with help from his super-powered foster family. Levi and Fulton return alongside Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Grazer, Faithe Herman, Adam Brody, Meagan Good, Ian Chen, Ross Butler, Jovan Armand, and D.J. Cotrona.

The firstly movie participated Fulton’s Mary as the academically driven eldest sister of Billy Batson’s brand-new radical dwelling, who dreams of going into a college. However, by the end, she is unsure as she is accepted to one in California, far away from her foster pedigree in Philadelphia. To help Billy out in his fight against the villainous Dr. Thaddeus Sivana, Mary and her siblings are steeped with abilities akin to Shazam’s. Though it initially seemed the sequel would examine Michelle Borth, who drawn the super-powered version of Mary in the first film, would return to the role, Sandberg reveals a surprising change of plans.

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With production ongoing on the sequel, Sandberg required in order to social media to share a special look at the brand-new dress for Shazam and the family members. One eagle-eyed follower immediately noted that Fulton was in fact in her superhero dres rather than Borth, and Sandberg responded with a confirmation that the Annabelle: Creation actress will be playing both versions of Mary in the movie. See Sandberg’s response below 😛 TAGEND

Various set photos and reveals from Levi and Sandberg themselves have already confirmed that the sequel would appreciate different groups in new superhero suits, so the official still from the director himself was a nice surprise to start the week off for devotees. But even more so, it comes as an interesting reveal to see Fulton in the suit and have known that she are likely to be representing both versions of Mary in the film. Of route, it obligates sense that the actress would frisk the super-powered version of herself while her younger siblings still have adults representing them, given the character was already on the border of adulthood in the first film.

That being said, it would be more interesting to see whether Shazam! Fury of the Gods chooses to address this change or if Sandberg craves gatherings to wheel with the convert. But, even if it doesn’t, the director’s little quip about Wonder Woman’s hiding style and image of Fulton as Mary Marvel is enough of a consider. Yield is currently underway on the DCEU sequel and is slated to smack theaters on June 2, 2023.

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