Shazam: Fury of the Gods end credit scenes explained: There is both a mid and end credit scene after Shazam: Fury of the Gods. Let’s discuss!
Is There A Shazam: Fury of the Gods End Credit Scene?
Yes! In fact, there are two. Each of which seems to set up for the future of DC. However, with new heads of the studio, James Gunn and Peter Safran, many titles are up in the air. One character, we thought, was Zachary Levi’s Shazam.
But both of these Shazam: Fury of the Gods end credit scenes seem to prove otherwise. Not only are we treated to an appearance by two characters that James himself writes, we get a continuation of the end credit from the first Shazam movie.
Were these put in here simply to make us wonder what could have been? Hopefully not. At this point they would have been easy enough to change or remove. So we have our fingers crossed.
Shazam: Fury of the Gods Mid Credit Scene Explained
The Shazam: Fury of the Gods mid credit scene shows Harcourt (Jennifer Holland) and Economos (Steve Agee) walking through the woods. They are discussing someone that Waller wants them to ask to join the team. It is automatically assumed that they mean Shazam, considering this is the end of his film, which is confirmed when they talk about how immature he is.
Economos is complaining about his shoes hurting, which makes for a funny on going joke.
When they get to Billy, in Shazam form, he is shooting bottles with his powers. They ask if he would like to join the Justice — but before they can finish he says yes. They were talking about the Justice Society, which makes him a little upset, as he wanted to be on a team with Wonder Woman (Economos mentions that Billy has an unhealthy obsession with her).
After Harcourt leaves, Billy tells Economos there are much better team names they could use because it is confusing to have two with Justice in them. He names a few bad ones, and then says Avengers Society is one that he really likes.
Because Harcourt and Economos, who we think are sticking around, are now brought in, chances are Shazam will be sticking around. Are we about to get a Justice Society movie? I certainly wouldn’t be upset. We saw some members already in Black Adam, so it makes sense to bring them together with Shazam. Where is this going or… is it simply the end?
Now onto the Shazam: Fury of the Gods end credit scene.
Shazam: Fury of the Gods End Credit Scene Explained
The Shazam: Fury of the Gods end credit scene shows the villain of the first film, Dr. Sivana, in jail. The walls are now covered with his drawings. Guess who shows up? Mister Mind of course! He arrives and talks to Sivana about how his plans are coming together.
Dr. Sivana complains that he has been in that cell waiting for him to come back for years. Mister Mind replies that it takes him a very long time to get places because he has to slither around on the ground (hilarious exchange here) before saying he has one more thing to do, and he will be back. Thus leaving Sivana alone in the cell again.
Showing a continuation of the end credit scene from the first Shazam movie seems like a strange thing to do unless you plan on going somewhere with it. Hopefully this confirms that Billy and the rest of the gang are a part of James Gunn plans.
Shazam: Fury of the Gods is playing in theaters now.
About Shazam: Fury of the Gods
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 arrive 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.
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Tessa Smith is a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer-approved Film and TV Critic. She is also a Freelance Writer. Tessa has been in the Entertainment writing business for almost ten years and is a member of several Critics Associations including the Critics Choice Association, Hollywood Critics Association, and the Greater Western New York Film Critics Association.