Peter Segal says Batman vs. Superman means his Shazam movie will likely never see the light of day

Considering the huge library of characters at its disposal, Warner Bros. has made very little us of its DC Comics characters outside of The Dark Knight and the Man of Steel, aside from the occasional release such as Watchmen, Green Lantern and Jonah Hex. However, the studio has had a tonne of properties in development at one time or another, including a Captain Marvel adaptation entitled Billy Batson and the Legend of Shazam, and director Peter Segal (Anger Management, Get Smart) has spoken about his plans for the character during a chat with Coming Soon about his latest film Grudge Match. And by the sound of things, Warner's upcoming Batman vs. Superman means its unlikely his vision for Shazam will ever make it to the screen.

"The thing is, Shazam has always lived this tortured life going against Superman. This dates back to the 1930s. Because Captain Marvel had similar powers to Superman,
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