The latest updates for the live-action "Shazam" movie reveal new details about Billy Batson's journey into the DC Extended Universe. "Chuck" TV series star Zachary Levi told Entertainment Tonight that there is a chance that Billy will join the heroes of the Justice League after the events of his movie.

There is also the second trailer of the film and it will have updates visual effects and costume. The plot of the film will have Billy learning how to be a superhero after an ancient wizard bestowed the young boy his incredible powers. He seeks help from his stepbrother/best friend, Freddy Freeman, and tries to stop his first villain, Doctor Sivana.

Shazam in the Justice League

According to Entertainment Tonight, Zachary Levi stated that his character Billy Batson is "one hundred percent" sure to join the ranks of the Justice League within the DCEU. He cited that Billy will be lovestruck to see Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman and act cool around Superman and Batman.

"Like, how do you act cool when you're crushing on the most beautiful woman in the world who also happens to be a goddess?" Levi told ET. "And trying to act cool around Superman and Batman and all that stuff? I mean, my brain was just immediately going to all those possibilities cause I think it would be a whole lot of fun."

Shazam became a member of the Justice League in both the comics and media.

He became close friends with Cyborg and The Flash, and he is a big fan of Superman. Batman was the first one to deduce his identity as a 14-year-old kid before the rest of the members found out, and it almost led to his dismissal from the team.

The film is one of the two projects that Warner Bros. Pictures is working on after the live-action "Justice League" film along with "Aquaman" starring Jason Momoa.

New trailer coming soon

According to Screen Rant, Twitter page DC Film Chamber post an update about the "Shazam" movie and stated that Mark Strong's trainer, Giacomo Farci, hint the second trailer will show improved special effects and an improved superhero suit.

The film's first trailer debut at this year's San Diego Comic-Con event and director David F.

Sandberg confirmed in a previous interview that Billy's transformation will have better VFX in future marketing campaigns and what the fans and the audiences saw was not the final cut.

The trailer also explored Billy's origin as a troubled youth who has been in and out of Foster Homes and has no choice but to stay Vasquez family or spend time in a juvenile detention center.

The "Shazam" film will premiere in cinemas on April 5, 2019.