Shazam! Fury of the Gods(Shazam 2)Full Movie, Info, Cast, Download, Watch Online

Shazam! Fury of the Gods is an American superhero film based on the character Shazam, from DC Comics. Produced by New Line Cinema, DC Films, Seven Bucks Productions and The Safran Company and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, the movie is the sequel to Shazam!(2019) and the twelfth film of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU). It is directed by David F. Sandberg from a script by Henry Gayden and Chris Morgan. The film will star Zachary Levi, Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Grazer, Djimon Hounsou, Rachel Zegler, Helen Mirren and Lucy Liu.

Shazam! Fury of the Gods
Shazam! Fury Of The Gods
 United States
2023 • color •
Direction David F. Sandberg
Production Peter Safran
Dwayne Johnson
Hiram Garcia
Walter Hamada
Itinerary Henry Gayden
Chris Morgan
Based on Shazam by C. C. Beck and Bill Parker
Cast Zachary Levi
Asher Angel
Jack Dylan Grazer
Rachel Zegler
Helen Mirren
Lucy Liu
Djimon Hounsou
Cinematography Gyula Pados
Producer company(s) DC Films
New Line Cinema
Seven Bucks Productions
The Safran Company
Distribution Warner Bros. Pictures
LAUNCH United States
March 17, 2023
Language English

A continuation of Shazam! began to be developed shortly after the release of the film in April 2019, with Gayden returning as a screenwriter. Sandberg and Levi were also supposed to return in December. The title and the rest of the return cast were confirmed in August 2020 during a DCFandome panel, with Zegler, Mirren and Liu cast as the daughters of Atlas in early 2021. Filming began in May in Atlanta, Georgia and was completed in August.

Shazam! Fury of the Gods is scheduled to be released in the United States on March 17, 2023.[ 3]


Billy’s adoptive family also includes Faithe Herman as Darla Dudley, Billy’s younger and humorous adoptive sister with Meagan Good as her adult superhero form;[4] Grace Fulton as Mary Bromfield, Billy’s older and academic adoptive sister (Fulton also plays her in the form of an adult superhero);[10][11] Ian Chen as Eugene Choi, Billy’s J. Cotrona plays Pedro in his form of an adult superhero;[10] and Marta Milans and Cooper Andrews as Rosa and Victor Vásquez, Billy’s adoptive parents and his brothers.[ 12][13]



With the successful opening of Shazam! (2019) in April 2019, it was revealed that Henry Gayden would return to write the script for a sequel. Director David F. Sandberg and producers Peter Safran, Walter Hamada and Dwayne Johnson should also return.[ 14] Later that month, Michelle Borth, who played the adult superhero form of Mary Bromfield in the first film, said she signed a five-film contract for the role and was expected to return for at least one sequel.[ 15] Zachary Levi confirmed in June that he was returning to star as Shazam in the sequel and revealed that the script had begun to be written before the planned start of filming in mid-2020.[ 16] Sandberg and much of the first film team were confirmed to return in December 2019, when New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Pictures scheduled the sequence for release on April 1, 2022.[ 4] This was postponed in April 2020 to November 4, 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic,[17] in October 2020 one to June 2, 2023 due to the worsening of the pandemic,[18] In March 2022, Warner Bros. adjusted its release schedule due to the impacts of COVID-19 on the workload of visual effects providers. The Flash and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom were moved from 2022 to 2023 to give time for their visual effects to be completed, while Shazam!: Fury of the Gods was moved to the previous release date of Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom of December 16, 2022, because it would be ready for earlier release.[ 19] In April, the film’s release date was postponed five days to December 21 to avoid competition with Avatar: The Way of Water.[ 20]

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In June 2020, Marta Milans confirmed that she would reprise her role as adoptive mother Rosa Vásquez of the first film and revealed that filming was postponed by the pandemic.[ 12] The title of the film was revealed as Shazam!: Fury of the Gods during the DCfandome virtual event in August 2020, with the return of cast members confirmed, including Asher Angel as teenager Billy Batson and Levi as his adult superhero counterpart, Jack Dylan Grazer as Frederick “Freddy” Freeman and Adam Brody his adult superhero counterpart, Faithe Herman as Darla Du Peña with D. J. Cotrona as its adult counterpart[4][10]. The following month, Levi said that filming would begin in early 2021.[ 10]

The release of the film was postponed again in October, to June 2, 2023.[ 21] The following month, Mark Strong said he was waiting to know if he would return as Dr. Thaddeus Sivana in the sequence[22]. In January 2021, Good said that filming would begin in May[23] and Rachel Zegler was cast in an undisclosed “key role” the following month. Peter Safran was producing the film through his company The Safran Company.[ 6] Chris Morgan contributed to the film’s script[24]. In March, Helen Mirren was cast as Hespera, a daughter of Atlas, with Zegler allegedly playing Hespera’s sister.[ 7][8] The following month, Lucy Liu was cast as Calypso, another daughter of Atlas.[ 9] Strong said in May that he would not appear in the sequel,[25] and Cooper Andrews was confirmed to reprise his role as adoptive father Víctor Vásquez, from the first film.[ 13]


Principal photography began on May 26, 2021,[23][26] in Atlanta, Georgia, with Gyula Pados acting as cinematographer. The production of the film has been postponed since the beginning of mid-2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[ 16][17] In June, Sandberg revealed that Fulton was also portraying Mary’s adult superhero form in the film, replacing Borth, with Fulton’s hair and makeup adjusted for the superhero version.[ 11] A month later, photos from the set revealed that Djimon Hounsou would be reprising his role as the Wizard Shazam.[ 5] Filming was completed on August 31, 2021.[ 27]


Sandberg promoted the sequel during a virtual panel at the DCfandome event in August 2020, announcing the title of the film and the return of the cast.[ 4] In June 2021, after a week of filming, Sandberg released a short clip with Levi in his new costume for the film; this came after several photos of the costume were leaked during that week.[ 28] To anticipate more costume leaks, Sandberg released an image of Levi, Brody, Good, Fulton, Butler and Cotrona in their new superhero costumes for the film at the end of the month.[ 29] The behind-the-scenes images and the conceptual art of the film were revealed in October 2021 during the DCfandome event, with Rob Bricken of io9 and Gregory Lawrence of Collider, expressing enthusiasm for the new cast members, characters, locations and mythology revealed in the images.[ 30][31] Levi, Angel, Grazer and Mirren promoted the film on the Warner Bros. Panel. Pictures, at CinemaCon in April 2022, revealing new images of the film.[ 32]


Shazam!: Fury of the Gods is scheduled to be released by Warner Bros. Pictures in the United States on December 21, 2022.[ 3] It was originally scheduled to be released on April 1, 2022,[33] before being postponed to November 4, 2022,[21] and then to June 2, 2023 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[ 17] It was then moved to December 16, 2022, as it was ready to be released earlier than other DC films delayed by the pandemic. This date was previously given to Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.[ 19] The release date was postponed five days to December 21, in April 2022.[ 20] The film will be available for broadcast on HBO Max 45 days after its release in theaters.[ 34]