Shazam! Fury of the God star, Zachary Levi, has delivered a PSA telling fans not to show up to his house unannounced. Levi just wrap the sequel to Shazam !, which is once again directed by David F. Sandberg and is set to be released in 2023. Returning whizs include Jack Dylan Grazer, Adam Brody, Ross Butler, Meagan Good, D.J. Cotrona and Asher Angel. New cast members include Helen Mirren as Hespera and Lucy Liu as Kalypso, the presumed scoundrels of the film.

Levi also stars in American Underdog, which is the true-life story of NFL Quarterback Kurt Warner, which is set to debut on Christmas Day. Levi is joined in the film by Anna Paquin, Dennis Quaid, Bruce McGill, and Adam Baldwin, which follows the inspirational fib of Warner, who exited from a store clerk to NFL MVP, Super Bowl MVP, and Hall of Fame quarterback. The movie is part of Lionsgate’s faith-based label, directed by Andrew and Jon Erwin, under their Kingdom Story Company.

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Wearing a Shazam! colored shirt with a lighting rod name, Zachary Levi took to Instagram with a PSA warning fans about coming to his home unannounced or uninvited. The actor says that it’s been a consistent problem and relates a storey that has just taken place time 30 minutes prior to recording the video, where a girl and an older woman came to his home pretending to look for someone else. Levi emphasizes that supporters considering surprising personalities like this should ask themselves if it’s logical or category or if they genuinely think it’s going to yield the fan interaction they’re hoping for. Ultimately, he says simply, “it’s a bad idea.” Check out his full PSA below 😛 TAGEND

Shazam! Fury of the Idol co-star, Jack Dylan Glazer, noted in the Instagram thread, jokingly saying, “FINE! No more unsolicited boba for you I suspect! ” which is a fun jab at the starring, but shouldn’t detract from the send. Stalkers are a very real thing in Hollywood, whether you’re at the top of the -Alist or flitting around the C-list. TV suns, including world TV starrings such as Kendall Jenner are frequently were faced with “fans” looking for a joining. Recently at the Venice Film Festival, Ben Affleck had to restrain an overzealous love attempting to get a selfie with the actor and his lover, Jennifer Lopez.

Celebrities most definitely open up their lives in becoming a recognizable and larger-than-life personality, but devotees often lose sight of the fact personal cavity and respect when attempting to meet them, which can be a tedious and oftentimes dangerous situation, regardless of how much coin they see per year. Many consider the salary and idol status as an open invite to spate talent with demands and knows that no one would rightfully look for under any other circumstances. When it comes to wanting to meet a notoriety, a safer wager is to visit occurrences where fan interaction is possible, as well as safe and controlled, such as gatherings or welcome mat occasions where supporters are accepted. Showing up to their doorstep, nonetheless, is just not a good plan, and for those looking to meet Levi, perhaps a ticket to see Shazam! Fury of the Divinity on June 2nd, 2023 is a safer bet to connect with the star.

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