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Shazam! (film) DC Comics is a 2019 superhero film, based on the DC Entertainment superheroine of the same name. It is the twenty-first installment in the DC Comics, as well as the Director of David F. Sandberg. Shazam  How many post full-credit scenes does Shazam have? A few days before the premiere of “Shazam!”, The movie based on the characters of DC Comics that tells the story of an orphan teenager who manages to become a superhero when he pronounces the word “Shazam”, one of the questions that fans are asking themselves. is: how many post-credit scenes does the film directed by David F. Sandberg have?

Although the post-credits scenes began as a custom of Marvel Studios, it is currently a practice that other film companies have also adopted. Moreover, it is almost an obligation that the superhero films include at least one sequence of this type.

DC already did it in previous productions like “Justicie League” and “Aquaman”, and “Shazam!” Will not be the exception. The film starring Zachary Levi will feature two post-credit scenes, one placed in the middle of the credits and another at the end of these.

In February 2019, Sandberg and producer Peter Safran confirmed to Comicbook that “Shazam!” Would have at least one post-credits scene. In addition, they took advantage of to deny some rumors that Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson would appear as Black Adam, the biggest enemy of the superhero.

“(It’s a) complete myth.” He could have been available. “That’s the only part of that statement that could be true, I do not know if he was or not, but no.” There was never a conversation with him about a post-scene. credits, “clarified Safran.

Although Safran told how he and the creative team chose the extra sequences, they did not reveal fundamental details. “We had many options, but I think we ended up with something good,” he said.

“We all have a superhero inside of us, it only takes a little bit of magic to find him in. In the case of Billy Batson it’s also true: by shouting a single word, ‘Shazam’, this 14-year-old can become, by courtesy from an old magician, in the superhero known as Shazam.

A child inside a formidable body that delights doing what any teenager would do with superpowers, have fun with them! Can fly? Do you have X-ray vision? Can you shoot lightning with your hands? Can you skip your social studies exam?

Shazam intends to test the limits of his abilities with the cheerful recklessness of a child. But you will need to master these powers quickly to fight the deadly forces of evil controlled by the dreaded Dr. Thaddeus Sivana.

“Shazam!” It will arrive in cinemas around the world at the beginning of April 2019. The date will vary depending on the country where it will be released, but it will not change much with respect to the beginning of April.

• Shazam’s release date! in the United States (USA-USA): April 5, 2019 (functions and pre-sales of tickets)

• Shazam’s release date! in Peru: April 4, 2019 (functions and presale tickets)

• Shazam’s release date! in Mexico: April 5, 2019 (functions and pre-sales of tickets)

• Shazam’s release date! in Spain: April 5, 2019 (functions and pre-sales of tickets)

• Shazam’s release date! in Argentina: April 4, 2019 (functions and presale tickets)


Asher Angel and Zachary Levi as Billy Batson / Shazam: a child who was given powers by an ancient magician and transformed into an adult with powers of superhuman strength similar to that of Superman, speed, flight and other skills when uttering the word “Shazam”.

Mark Strong as Dr. Thaddeus Sivana: a successful but twisted inventor as the head of Sivana Industries. He was summoned by Wizard Shazam as a child, but was not chosen as his successor, which led Sivana to spend his life trying to discover the secrets of magic through science.

Jack Dylan Grazer as Frederick ‘Freddy’ Freeman: Billy’s adoptive brother and his best friend, a disabled superhero enthusiast, who is the only person who knows he is Shazam.

Djimon Hounsou as The Wizard Shazam: an ancient magician who confers his powers to Billy Batson to become magically an adult superhero.

I am aware that I am not the target audience of Shazam !, the new movie based on a DC Comics character and starring Zachary Levi. There have been, however, other recent titles (and I did not necessarily believe that they were for me) in which I have recognized their many positive qualities. Like this one, this one and definitely this one.

It was not the case with Shazam !. For starters it did not make me laugh as much as Deadpool or Deadpool 2. It’s true that the movies starring Ryan Reynolds made me laugh uncomfortably at the silly nonsense or disgust that stood out. And a little bit that was what I expected from Shazam !, but there were no laughter laden with shame.

Perhaps part of that lack of humor has been why while the films of Deadpool have a R rating in the United States (not suitable for children under 17 years without adult companions), while Shazam! It is classified as PG-13 (not recommended for children under 13). Although the possibility of saying more curse words or showing more violence should not be all that is necessary to make a scoundrel and irreverent character fun.

To begin the premise in this title is a bit complex and the story takes a long time to establish who their characters are. Djimon Hounsou plays Wizard, a magician who is very old and looks for a champion to inherit his magic. The champion in question must show that he is pure in heart and strong in spirit. And that also can resist the temptation.

Mark Strong plays Dr. Sivana, the typical mad scientist who becomes a supervillain. When he was little, his father and his brother used to say things like “You’re a whiny and miserable shit” and had an encounter with that Wizard. He’s been trying to meet him again since then.

Then there’s Billy Batson (an Asher Angel who would seem to choose because of his pretty face, since he does not have many interpretive tables), a problematic teenager of 15 years obsessed with the idea of ​​finding his biological mother. Billy has been in the foster home system since he was very small and keeps getting away from all the homes in which he lives. Until it ends at the home of Rosa and Victor Vasquez (Cooper Andrews and Marta Milans), a couple that also went through the system of shelters and has received five other children. The Vasquez family is a portrait of the most absolute diversity. Billy will end up reluctantly congenial with Freddy (Jack Dylan Grazer) and with the jokes of this one finally begins the humor in the film.

“They look very nice but things can get very Game of Thrones in this house,” Freddy tells Billy to meet him. In reality, it just turns out that the Vasquez and their multitude of foster children are such good people that they are almost not credible.

To finish curling the curl, Billy will become the champion that the magician was looking for (and actually I’m not telling you anything that has not been revealed in the trailer of this film). Changing his appearance and becoming someone with the appearance of Zachary Levi and dressed in a red spandex suit every time he says the word “Shazam!”.