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'It' Star Jack Dylan Grazer Joins DC Superhero Film 'Shazam!'

08 December 2017

It star Jack Dylan Grazer is graduating to the DC universe. If accurate, Grazer would join a cast which includes Zachary Levi as Captain Marvel and Asher Angel as Billy Batson. Created by C.C. Beck and writer Bill Parker, the character was first published by Fawcett Comics. By saying the world "Shazam", teenager Billy Batson was transformed into the "world's mightiest mortal" and given extraordinary abilities by ancient gods.

Shazam! does not have a release date and is eyeing a February start date in Toronto. The Lights Out and Annabelle: Creation director will step behind the camera with Peter Safran producing.

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David F. Sandberg (Lights Out) is directing the DC film from a script by Henrey Gayden (Earth To Echo) and Darren Lemke (Turbo, Goosebumps).

Recently, Levi, 37, admitted he is "honoured and humbled" to be cast as the film's titular superhero. Without Black Adam, the most well known villain for the hero, there aren't many villains left for Shazam to tussle with. Grazer, 14, just played Eddie Kaspbrak in the horror hit "IT", and he played young Alex Riley in the new CBS series "Me, Myself, and I".

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Do you think Grazer is a good fit as Billy's best friend Freddy? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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'It' Star Jack Dylan Grazer Joins DC Superhero Film 'Shazam!'