Annabelle: Creation’ Star Grace Fulton Joins DC’s ‘Shazam!

Grace Fulton is in negotiations to join New Line’s DC superhero film “Shazam!” starring Zachary Levi, sources tell Variety.

The film follows a boy named Billy Batson who can transform into an adult superhero by uttering the magic word “Shazam!” The name is an acronym of the ancient gods and historical figures Solomon, Hercules, Atlas, Zeus, Achilles, and Mercury, who Batson derives his heroic attributes from when in adult form.

Fulton will play one of Batson’s friends. The Wrap also reports that Mark Strongis in talks for the role of the villain.

David F. Sandberg is directing from a screenplay by Henry Gayden and Darren Lemke. “Annabelle: Creation’s” Peter Safran will produce. The project will mark a reunion for Sandberg, Safran, and Fulton, who worked together on “Annabelle: Creation,” which has grossed over $300 million worldwide.


Zachary Levi doesn’t give into trolls

On Twitter certain people tweet about not like Zachary Levi as the host for this years Syfy live from comic con.The tweets had Zachary Levi name tagged so he saw them.


So he continued to tweet to let his fans know his thoughts





















At first i was sad for Zachary but he seem to take it well


SAN DIEGO, CA – July 20, 2017 – The force was strong on premiere night of SYFY LIVE FROM COMIC-CON as host Zachary Levi rode in with Chewbacca to kick off the party. Craig Robinson and Adam Scott (“Ghosted”) battled it out in the Headline vs. Plotline challenge and Levi goes on a “bender” with John DiMaggio of “Futurama.”

In case you missed it, check out this clip from tonight’s show:

The party continues tomorrow at 11/10c on SYFY. For more clips from SYFY LIVE FROM COMIC-CON please visit SYFY’s YouTube page.

For the full SYFY SDCC schedule please click here.

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SYFY LIVE FROM COMIC-CON airs Thursday, July 20 thru Saturday, July 22 at 11/10c on SYFY

SYFY LIVE FROM COMIC-CON 2017 marks the return of last summer’s network event, with three nights of live-to-tape, hour-long primetime specials broadcasting from the epicenter of San Diego Comic-Con. LFCC 2017 will be a celebration of all things nerd related, delivering the entertainment, information, credibility and authenticity fans crave. Hosted by super fan Zachary Levi, this summer’s show will be feeding fan passion with news from the ‘con, exclusive content, first looks and interviews with franchise stars and creators in order to provide a fully immersive experience for the viewer. We’re taking a deeper dive into the heart of the ‘Con and embracing the genre itself in order to super-serve the core fans.

SYFY LIVE 2017: Hosted by Zachary Levi (Day 1)

Guests Include Adam Scott, Craig Robinson, John Dimaggio And More
First Look At Can’t Miss Cold Open
SAN DIEGO, CA – July 20, 2017 – SYFY LIVE FROM COMIC-CON hosted by Zachary Levi kicks off tonight with special guests including the cast of Battlestar Galactica, Mercedes Mason from “Fear the Walking Dead” and PSYCH star James Roday. The party kicks off at 11/10c on SYFY!
Check out the full line up below along with a sneak peek of tonight’s cold open:
James Roday (“Psych”)
Adam Scott and Craig Robinson (“Ghosted”)
John Dimaggio (“Futurama”)
Mercedes Mason (“Fear of The Walking Dead”)
Adam Savage (“Mythbusters”)
Tricia Helfer, Grace Park, Michael Trucco, Tahmoh Penikett and Aaron Douglas (“Battlestar Galactica”)

She Loves Me’ Becomes First Broadway Show to Stream Live Online

Viewers can watch the musical-comedy starring Laura Benanti, Zachary Levi and Jane Krakowski before it closes July 10 — and at a fraction of the cost of a live ticket.

For the first time ever, a Broadway show will be live streamed online.

She Loves Me, the hit musical-comedy revival starring Laura Benanti, Zachary Levi and Jane Krakowski, will be broadcast live on Thursday, June 30 at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET.

Directed by Scott Ellis and choreographed by Warren Carlyle, She Loves Me follows quarreling 1930s perfume-counter clerks who are unaware that they are each other’s anonymous romantic pen pals. Nominated for eight Tony Awards — and taking home the award for David Rockwell’s scenic design — the Roundabout Theatre Company’s limited engagement runs through July 10 at Studio 54.

The livestream is presented by online theater streaming service BroadwayHD, and will be produced in association with Ellen M. Krass, who recently saw the show and made it her mission to film it. Though Roundabout’s Todd Haimes never imagined the project would actualy materialize due to funding, “The fact that, 20 years from now, people can view this magnificent piece of work in HD quality is so profoundly important to me.”

To watch the show, viewers can reserve a live stream pass online for $9.99, or watch for free as part of an annual subscription to BroadwayHD’s on-demand library, available on its Roku and Apple TV apps. After the live stream date, the broadcast will be added to the on-demand library, which currently boasts more than 150 titles.

In a moment of high Broadway ticket prices — which are already tough to buy for some shows, thanks to automated “ticket bots” — BroadwayHD’s breakthrough livestream “allows people who can’t afford to buy a full-price ticket to experience Broadway,” co-founders Stewart F. Lane and Bonnie Comley tell The Hollywood Reporter. “BroadwayHD is about providing access to those tickets, because not everyone is in New York. We want to expand the reach of the show outside the physical Broadway theatre.”

Previously, the platform live streamed a behind-the-scenes show during Sunday’s Tony Awards, as well as off-Broadway productions of the New Group’s Buried Child and Signature Theatre’s Old Hats. It aims to live stream more Broadway shows in the future, including a production’s opening night.

She Loves Me’s livestream will be the culmination of a particularly digital-friendly Broadway season, which also included Waitress’ score primer via Sara Bareilles’ livestreamed concert, music videos from the casts of The Color Purple and School of Rock – The Musical (the latter in YouTube’s new 360-degree format) and Hamilton’s #Ham4Ham concerts for lottery hopefuls.

Zachary Levi loses work over being ‘too Jewish


“Thor” star Zachary Levi says that he has been turned down for roles because he’s “too Jewish” – even though he’s not Jewish at all.

“I heard multiples times that I was too Jewish,which is surprising to people because I go by Zachary Levi. Levi is my middle name. Pugh is my real last name. I’m Welsh.”

“I guess they were looking for more of a corn-fed, white boy look,” he added, “My family is from f****** Indiana! Come on, I’m like dying here!”

Fortunately, the actor told us he got to skip the casting directors entirely when landing his new role in Eva Longoria’s show “Telenovela.”

“I didn’t audition,” he said, “We’ve been friends for so long and she just said, ‘Hey, I have this role. Would you want to come do it?’ And I said, ‘Yeah, I’ll come do it.'”

Tomorrow Zachary Levi & More Set for American Christmas Carol Benefit Concert


Multi-platinum singer/songwriter Sarah McLachlan, actor/singer Ioan Gruffudd, and Zachary Levi come together at Carnegie Hall on Friday, December 4th to perform at Tim Janis The American Christmas Carol, a benefit concert put together by Music of Hope for Kate Winslet’s Golden Hat Foundation, which celebrates and fosters awareness of those living with autism and The Sarah McLachlan School of Music,which provides top-quality, no-cost music instruction in a safe and nurturing environment for at-risk and underserved children and youth.

Additional guest performers include Dove Award-winner Cindy Cruse Ratcliff, The Montclair State University Symphony Orchestra, The American Boychoir, and conductors Julien Benichou and Matt Vanzini.

Tickets for Tim Janis, The American Christmas Carol will be available via CarnegieCharge at (212) 247-7800 and at