The Shazam! movie proves that DC Comics needs to trust its properties when adapting them, rather than making everything grim and gritty, like Titans.
Ben Affleck's time as Batman is over, but Shazam! makes reference to Bruce Wayne's first retirement in the DCEU - and who replaced him.
Shazam is a hilarious and action-packed adventure but there are definitely a few plot points that don't make a lot of sense.
The post-credit scenes of Shazam! introduced Mister Mind into the DCEU. But who is this sinister snake of a worm? And how can he stand against Shazam?
David F. Sandberg's Shazam is the best film in the entire DCEU to date, effortlessly playing to the strengths of the shared universe.
Shazam looks to be a hit, but how does it compare to the rest of the DCEU? We break down the numbers for the franchise's opening weekends.
The superhero Shazam once shared a name with Captain Marvel, but the movie makes a Captain America joke instead (that you probably missed).
Shazam is proving to be a great success for DC and there are quite a few things to love about the film. That said, there are still a few things wrong.
Shazam director David F. Sandberg reveals that Zachary Levi originally auditioned for a different role, but he knew instantly he'd be the right lead.
Shazam! contains a cool link to George Miller's failed Justice League: Mortal movie, offering the fans (and the actors) some closure.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson doesn't appear as Black Adam in Shazam, but the DC movie does help set up the anti-hero's solo movie and DCEU future.
Shazam! director David F. Sandberg says [SPOILER] was originally meant to play [SPOILER] in the DCEU movie, but things didn't work out.
The Shazam! movie sets up its own sequel, but one comic Easter Egg may actually changed the DCEU forever - time to meet the Crocodile Men.