London film premieres

Shazam! Fury of the Gods London film premiere 2023

Bestowed with the powers of the gods, Billy Batson and his fellow foster kids are still learning how to juggle teenage life with their adult superhero alter egos. When a vengeful trio of ancient gods arrives on Earth in search of the magic stolen from them long ago, Shazam and his allies get thrust into a battle for their superpowers, their lives, and the fate of the world.

Shazam! Fury of the Gods poster

Shazam! Fury of the Gods London Premieres null

  • Status: Confirmed
  • Date: March 7, 2023
  • Location: Cineworld Leicester Square, London
  • Attended by: Zachary Levi, Helen Mirren, Lucy Liu, Rachel Zegler, Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Grazer, Djimon Hounsou, Producer Peter Safran And Director David F. Sandberg
  • Release in Cinemas: 2023-03-17
  • Runtime: 130 minutes
  • directors: David F. Sandberg

Planning to attend the film premiere? Find more information regarding tickets, wristbands the times usually the premieres are taking place at London Film Premieres



If you're someone who loves to personalize your devices with stunning visuals, you simply cannot miss out on the best wallpapers available. Check out Our collection of 4K and HD wallpapers in full colour and high definition Click on the Image below to explore our extensive collection

Shazam! Fury of the Gods wallapers

Watch Shazam! Fury of the Gods Trailer

Did you know ... ?

  1. Michael Gray: a previous live-action Billy Batson from Shazam! (1974), appears as a bystander in the final battle. Gray not only has on a red and yellow shirt, his costume from that show, but he calls Shazam his original title of "Captain Marvel".
  2. Billy Batson having a crush on Wonder Woman comes from the "Power of Shazam" comic. That comic also had the Wizard communicate to Billy through a dream, where his face was on Wonder Woman's body.
  3. Darla adopts a pet kitten, which she calls Tawny. In the comics, Shazam had a talking tiger friend named Tawky Tawny.
  4. The Daughters of Atlas do not appear in the comics. They are original characters created for the film.
  5. Grace Caroline Currey, who plays Mary Bromfield, also plays her superhero form, replaced Michelle Borth from Shazam! (2019). According to director David F. Sandberg, Currey is now playing both parts but her hair and makeup are slightly different when she's super so her "normal" identity is kept safe.
  6. The dragon Ladon comes from Greek mythology, where it guarded the gardens of the Hesperides.
  7. The Daughters of Atlas (one of the gods who gives Shazam his power) are all based on Greek myth: Hespera, Calypso and Anthea are all members of the Hesperides, the spirits of the sunset, who were also known as the Atlantides for their father Atlas. Hespera is the female form of Hesperus, Atlas's brother and the god of the Evening Star Venus. Kalypso is named after the enchantress who tended to Odysseus on his way home. Anthea is the goddess of gardens, swamps, flowers, and human love.
  8. Steve the Pen is based on the Historama, a device the Wizard possessed in the comics that could reveal to him the past, present and future. The comics had this device be a TV screen and later a book.
  9. The golden apple of the Hesperides is prominently featured in Greek mythology as one of Hercules' Twelve Labors. As are several of the beasts seen.
  10. The Annabelle doll from director David F. Sandberg's Annabelle: Creation (2017) can be seen in a chair at the pediatrician's office. Both films star Grace Caroline Currey.
  11. Hespera speaks Greek for her magic. At the Acropolis museum in the beginning she gives the word "thrymmatizo" (Greek for "shatter") to break open the glass case, and at the end she gives the command "mazevo" (Greek for "collect") to shrink the barrier to contain Shazam, Kalypso and Ladon.
  12. Originally, the mid-credits scene was supposed to feature Hawkman and Cyclone from Black Adam (2022) to recruit Shazam into the Justice Society, which is in keeping with the comics as Shazam was a member of that group. This was changed to feature the Peacemaker (2022) characters instead.
  13. The film was announced a week after Shazam! (2019) debuted in theaters.
  14. Among the mythical creatures created by the Tree of Life that attack Philadelphia in the final act, some are cyclops. Their design is identical to that of the iconic stop motion cyclops created by legendary special effects animator Ray Harryhausen for the film The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958).
  15. David F. Sandberg: Appears as a victim of Kalypso.
  16. There is a building called the "Fulci Center for the Performing Arts". According to David F. Sandberg this is a homage to Italian horror director Lucio Fulci.
  17. The closing titles are set to Elvis Presley's "A Little Less Conversation". Elvis's favourite comic book hero was Captain Marvel Jr.
  18. The teacher is played by Diedrich Bader, who voices Batman and other comic-book characters in various DC Comics animated shows.
  19. Lotta Losten: Wife of David F. Sandberg, appears as the first person Shazam saves on the collapsing bridge.
  20. Dwayne Johnson was accused of "kneecapping" this film by refusing to appear as Black Adam and instead producing the standalone Black Adam (2022). In the comics, Black Adam is the archnemesis of Shazam, and Johnson likely would've boosted the box office numbers. One insider even alleged that Johnson didn't like Shazam.
  21. The monsters spawning from the perverted Tree of Life are (in order): Manticore (lion body, dragon wings, scorpid stinger), Harpies, Minotaur, Cyclops that all are from Greek mythology. Later we see Unicorns that are from Indian mythology - however, these were adopted by the first Greek natural historians, who believed them to be real. All of these are part of the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying games from which the potions Freddy mentions (Giant Strength, Diminution (which shrinks you to a very small size), and Gaseous Form) also comes.
  22. The twelfth film in the DC Extended Universe.
  23. Shazam tells Hespera "I've seen all of the 'Fast and the Furious' movies." Dame Helen Mirren (Hespera) has appeared in every Fast and Furious movie since The Fate of the Furious (2017), and Chris Morgan, who wrote this movie, wrote every Fast and Furious movie from The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) to Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019).
  24. The film was originally scheduled to be released on April 1st, 2022, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the release date was pushed back to November 4th, 2022 and again to March 17th, 2023.
  25. One disgruntled civilian calls Shazam "Colonel Cheesesteak". One of Shazam's comic nicknames is "The Big Red Cheese".
  26. The pediatrician Dr. Dario Bava (P.J. Byrne) is named after Italian horror directors Dario Argento and Mario Bava.
  27. Rachel Zegler auditioned to play Supergirl in The Flash (2023), but was rejected in favor of Sasha Calle. Casting director Rich Delia suggested she audition for Anthea, and she was cast because Jack Dylan Grazer is a fan of West Side Story, and she starred in West Side Story (2021).
  28. A fence in the movie has graffiti on it that reads "Torpa" and "Junedal". Director David F. Sandberg and his wife Lotta Losten attended Torpa and Junedal schools in Jönköping, Sweden; both had actually met at Torpa.
  29. Dame Helen Mirren was 77 at the time of this film's release, making her the oldest actor to play the villain in a DC film, followed by: Susan Sarandon (76) - Blue Beetle (2023) Louis Jourdan (67) - The Return of Swamp Thing (1989) Ciarán Hinds (64) - Justice League (2017) Peter Capaldi (63) - The Suicide Squad (2021) Jourdan (60) - Swamp Thing (1982) Cesar Romero (59) - Batman: The Movie (1966) Burgess Meredith (58) - Batman: The Movie (1966) Gene Hackman (57) - Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987)
  30. Director David F. Samberg revealed in a video for his YouTube channel titled "Communicating Your Vision as a Director" that the song "Hero" by Enrique Iglesias was originally going to be played during the scene where Shazam saves the woman in the bridge but couldn't because of music licensing issues.
  31. Grossed $134 million worldwide, nearly a third of what Shazam! (2019) grossed.
  32. The original shooting script of the film opens with the 'Fake Greek Warrior' played by George Peroulas, selling food on the streets of Athens, Greece. Tourists and locals shop in outdoor area as Hespera(Helen Mirren) and Kalypso (Lucy Liu) march down the street. Kalypso knocks down the Fake Greek Warrior who cusses them out in this comical scene. This deleted scene filmed in late August 2021 on a Friday and is now available online. The next scene continues with the evening shot of the Parthenon in Athens, then Hepera and Kalypso march through the inside of the museum, which is the opening of the film.
  33. D.J. Cotrona and Adam Brody were cast as Superman and The Flash, respectively, in George Miller's canceled Justice League: Mortal in 2007.
  34. A lot of the special effects especially in the secret room where they find the magic pen look very similar to props and effects in other wizarding movies, namely the Harry Potter films. For example when the gods and their creatures die and break into particles and float away, like when Voldemort dies. Both the Shazam and HP films were made by Warner Brothers.
  35. In a 2023 interview with The Movie Podcast, David F. Sandberg spoke about some of the technological challenges he encountered shooting the film: "Visual effects, you know, figuring out how to shoot things. Especially when we have to move fast. Because we had this system called the 'Ncam' where on the camera you have a little monitor where you can actually see a cg version of the dragon so you can frame up shots and everything. But we actually only used that for a day and then didn't use it anymore because it sort of slowed us down. Because you know you have an animation for the dragon but then the actor has to sort of adjust their performance to the pre-recorded animation of the dragon. I didn't want to do that. I was like, 'We need to move fast, we're just gonna have to sort of shoot it and the dragon's there and then they'll have to put it in and go by the actor's performance rather than the other way around.'"
  36. Diedrich Bader, who plays Mr. Geckle, also guest stared in an episode of Chuck titled "Chuck vs. The Beard." The title character Chuck, or Chuck Bartowski, aka Charles Carmichael, is played by Zachary Levi.
  37. First screen credit for Grace Caroline Currey using her married name of Currey. She was previously billed as Grace Fulton (including the first Shazam! (2019) movie) until 2022, when she married Branden Currey.




Zachary Levi profile
Zachary Levi
as Shazam
Asher Angel profile
Asher Angel
as Billy Batson
Jack Dylan Grazer profile
Jack Dylan Grazer
as Freddy Freeman
Rachel Zegler profile
Rachel Zegler
as Anthea
Adam Brody profile
Adam Brody
as Super Hero Freddy
Ross Butler profile
Ross Butler
as Super Hero Eugene
D.J. Cotrona profile
D.J. Cotrona
as Super Hero Pedro
Grace Caroline Currey profile
Grace Caroline Currey
as Mary Bromfield
Meagan Good profile
Meagan Good
as Super Hero Darla
Lucy Liu profile
Lucy Liu
as Kalypso
Djimon Hounsou profile
Djimon Hounsou
as Wizard
Helen Mirren profile
Helen Mirren
as Hespera
Faithe Herman profile
Faithe Herman
as Darla Dudley
Ian Chen profile
Ian Chen
as Eugene Choi
Jovan Armand profile
Jovan Armand
as Pedro Peña
Marta Milans profile
Marta Milans
as Rosa Vasquez
Cooper Andrews profile
Cooper Andrews
as Victor Vasquez
Rizwan Manji profile
Rizwan Manji
as Docent
Author Avatar

Marco Gomes

I'm Marco, love to post about new film, movies, premires in london, actors and everything relate with movie release