Fans finally got their first glimpse of the highly anticipated DC Comics movie Shazam! put the previously known superhero in the limelight as Captain Marvel and his extended family.
But a brief moment in this new trailer for DC Films' newest superhero drew a bigger moment in Shazam's story, which focused on his influence of Geoff John's and Gary Frank's reinterpretation of the trailer.
The trailer shows Billy Batson before he gets the power of Shazam, escapes a group of mobbers and makes it into a subway car. People file from his department, and he is magically transported to the cave of the magician Shazam, who is the only inhabitant of a series of seven chairs that normally belong to the Council of Eternity.
Shazam then grants Billy his power and makes him a superhero With abilities comparable to Superman
In John's & Frank's plot, the wizard is part a pantheon that gives its power to Black Adam, the first champion to be corrupted by his abilities and eventually becomes Shazam's greatest villain
The comics, the other members of the Council of Eternity, have now disappeared, which is due to the Acts of the black Adam leans. It remains to be seen if this particular aspect in Shazam! mainly because Black Adam will not be the bad guy. Instead, Ashe Angel and Zachary Levi will play against Mark Strong, who will play the character's historical villain, Doctor Sivanna.
Sivanna is briefly shown in the trailer as Shazam tries to beat him, but the rogue scientist catches the blow in the air.
"I play a bad bastard named Doctor Sivana, they are always the best characters that are the most fun," Strong said before Celebretainment. "I was Sinestro in Green Lantern which I thought was a pretty good movie, but it did not do what they wanted, so I feel like I have unfinished business in the DC world have played." a pretty bad character, and he should get worse in the second, but that never happened, but I think I'll get the chance to do this in Shazam! I hope so.
Fans will see Strongs's last attempt to be a supervillain and hopefully find out what happened to the rest of the Council of Eternity when Shazam! premieres took place on April 5, 2019.