It is about a 14-year-old foster kid Billy Batson who gets superpowers thanks to an ancient wizard called Shazam. Shazam starred Zachary Levi, Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Grazer and Mark Strong. His powers allow him to transform him into an adult superhero just by saying the word, “Shazam!”
The film was both a critical and commercial success for DC, earning 90 per cent on Rotten Tomatoes and more than 362 million dollars worldwide on a 100-million-dollar budget. He had an uncle called Adam who helped Aman escape his slavery but got injured. Black Adam is a fan-favourite among DC Comics fans. In the Shazam origin story in comics, it is while fighting Black Adam that Shazam shares his superpowers with the ‘Shazam family’ while Adam is holding them hostage. 0
Comment(s) He was thrown into slavery at a young age. While Aman wanted to liberate the slave masters from their evil souls, Adam wanted vengeance. as the character is mostly a supervillain/anti-hero and Shazam’s archnemesis, but then it was decided to launch Black Adam in a solo movie instead. To heal Adam, Aman shared his powers with his uncle. Advertising
In the New 52 version of DC Comics, there was a boy called Aman, an inhabitant of the fictional Arab country called Kahndaq. Similar to Billy Batson, Aman was transported to the Rock of Eternity and given superpowers. Aman was seemingly killed by Adam, though we are not shown this for certain. Advertising
Johnson’s Black Adam was previously supposed to appear in Shazam! In Shazam!, it was Dr Thaddeus Sivana (Mark Strong) who ended up being the primary villain.