After playing the Wii, Shazam star Zachary Levi had to go to the emergency room

After playing the Wii, Shazam star Zachary Levi had to go to the emergency room ...

Zachary Levi became a well-known actor in the mid-2000s thanks to his role in the NBC series Chuck. In 2019, he was re-entered into film superstardom thanks to his role in the DC superhero film Shazam! A sequel to Shazam! Fury Of The Gods is expected to be released later this year, having been pushed back from its original release date of 2023.

The Nintendo Wii was first released in 2006 and became one of the best-selling video game systems of all time. During its lifetime of life, it sold more than 101 million units, making it the company's best-selling non-handheld console at the time.

Levi revealed how an IMDB incident involving the Wii sent him to the emergency room. In the past, the actor has been a host of the Video Game Awards. During one of the games, he moved his hand too high and too hard and shattered a light fixture. He ultimately needed 14 stitches.

The Shazam! Fury of the Gods is a film that has had a rocky start. As with many other films, the upcoming Zachary Levi film had to postpone its production due to concerns over the COVID-19 epidemic. The sequel was postponed one last time to avoid releasing on the same day as Avatar: The Way Of Water.

The Wii was officially discontinued in October 2013. Its successor, the Wii U, had been released in the previous year, but failed to achieve the same breakthrough as its predecessor. In 2017, the company paved the road for its next system, the Nintendo Switch, which has surpassed the Wii in hardware sales.