Zachary Levi's Shazam proves the hero and actor both have the magic to be the brand-new face of the DCEU.
Dwayne Johnson shares a video where he congratulates Shazam!'s box office success, and teases the start of filming for his solo Black Adam film.
Shazam!'s director David F. Sandberg and producer Peter Safran hinted that the movie introduces a gay superhero. Who is it?
Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot shares an Instagram post to help celebrate the success of the newest entry in the DC Extended Universe, Shazam!
Shazam! electrified the box office this weekend, earning a very solid gross worldwide against its relatively modest production budget.
Peter Safran, producer of Warner Bros.' Shazam!, explains why a sequel to the superhero film might happen sooner rather than later.
Shazam! draws inspiration from DC's New 52-era comic series, but deviates from the source material on some key points.
Shazam! alters Billy Batson's relationship with his family, which changes everything we knew about the character.
Shazam! continues to power past expectations as box office estimates for the film have risen pretty substantially over what was initially projected.
Shazam! of course introduces many characters from DC comics, but there's one that's repeatedly teased yet never shown.
A character Shazam! fans were told not to expect actually makes an appearance in the DC film, if you know where to look.
Shazam! easily beat Stephen King's Pet Sematary as the films went head-to-head at Thursday night previews.
In case the mid-credits scene of the Shazam! film left you scratching your head, here's an explanation of what -- or, rather, who -- you saw.