Inside each of us lives a superhero ‒ you only need a little magic to let it out. In the case of Billy Batson (Asher angel), a 14-year-old foster child, it is enough to shout the word "Shazam!"(courtesy of the boy's ancient wizard) and turn with his help into an adult superhero (Zachary Levi). But despite the godlike body, this strongman is still a child who enjoys an adult version of himself and uses the newly acquired superpowers for unbridled fun. Can it fly? Does he have x-ray vision? Is he able to let lightning out of his hands? Can he miss the social studies test? Shazam will have to test the limits of his abilities, doing so with the child's inherent joyous recklessness. But the time to fully master the magic skills, Billy has very little, because he urgently needs to overcome the deadly forces of evil, controlled by Dr. Thaddeus Sivana (mark strong).
The plot of the new blockbuster from the expanded DC universe will tell about the teenager Billy Batson, who can turn into a superhero, saying the magic word "Shazam!", which is an acronym for the six legendary gods and heroes of the ancient world and their abilities: the wisdom of Solomon (Solomon), the power of Hercules (Hercules), the resistance of Atlas (Atlas), the power of Zeus (Zeus), the courage of Achilles (Achilles) and the speed of mercury (Mercury). The production of the film was directed by horror films "And the light goes out..." and "the Curse of Annabelle: the Birth of evil" David F. Sandberg.