Data, easter eggs and curiosities about the movie "Shazam!"

"Shazam!" He has conquered the box office and has become the favorite of DC Comics this year for trying a comical, funny and super-powerful superhero.
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"Shazam!" Is a superhero movie based on the character DC Comics of the same name. It is intended to be the seventh installment in the Extended Universe of DC Comics (DCU) . The film is directed by David F. Sandberg from a screenplay by Henry Gayden and a story by Gayden and Darren Lemke. The film stars Asher Angel as Billy Batson, a teenager who can be transformed by the magic word "Shazam" into an adult superhero, played by Zachary Levy . "Shazam!" Also features Mark Strong, Jack Dylan Grazer, Grace Fulton, Ian Chen, Jovan Armand, Faithe Herman and Djimon Hounsou as supporting characters. It will be the first film version of the character from "Adventures of Captain Marvel" (the original name of the character) and will be the first film centered on him.

The film has been a success at the box office, compared to many previous productions of DC Comics , and is that from "Aquaman" and except for "Batman" (of recent years), it seems that DC Comics is recovering in the cinematographic field and finally is hitting the spot.

To understand a little more the origin of "Shazam!" And learn a little more about the film and its characters, we share a series of curious facts , secrets and some easter eggs of the movie that surely escaped you.

1. Fanatic DCU.

Fanatic DCU.

Crédito: MSN.

In Freddy's room there are several articles of DC Comics, such as a Superman cap, a Batman figure, and other items alluding to these characters.

2. Director's debut

Director's debut

Crédito: Variety.

This is director David F. Sandberg's first project outside the horror genre and in such an important film.

3. The magic word.

The magic word.

Crédito: YouTube.

The magic word that Billy uses to become Shazam is an acronym for the Greek gods who give him his powers: S of Solomon (wisdom), H of Hercules (strength), A of Atlas (resistance), Z of Zeus (power of throw rays), A of Achilles (bravery) and M of Mercury (speed).

4. Fawcett Comics.

Fawcett Comics.

Crédito: MSN.

The school of Billy and his brothers is called "Fawcett Central", a tribute to Fawcett Comics, the publisher who created the character of Shazam or at that time known as Captain Marvel.