Susan Sarandon praised director Ángel Manuel Soto's remarkable passion and playful demeanor in shaping the journey of "Blue Beetle."
Blue Beetle" is set to hit theaters nationwide on August 18, introducing a fresh face to the DC universe.
Sarandon admired the ensemble that Soto curated, including actors and crew members like the costume designer, highlighting its remarkable nature.
The film's strong focus on human connections, love, and family was what captivated Sarandon about the script and the entire experience.
Sarandon praised the protagonist's journey from resisting responsibility to embracing it, and how this narrative mirrors real-life challenges faced by her own sons.
The concept of true empowerment coming from within and the necessity of self-driven determination were key themes that resonated with Sarandon.
Sarandon described director Ángel Manuel Soto as both passionate and playful, a combination that's not often found.
The foundation of "Blue Beetle" lies in the themes of love, responsibility, and self-discovery, with Sarandon emphasizing that the superpower is love and family.
The movie features an ensemble cast including Adriana Barraza, Damían Alcázar, Raoul Max Trujillo, and Susan Sarandon, promising depth and authenticity to the characters.
"Blue Beetle" will be released in multiple languages, including English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu, to reach a wider and more diverse audience.