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Watch the trailers for DC Comics new movies Aquaman and Shazam!
Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry/Aquaman in "Justice League" - photo by Herb Scribner
SAN DIEGO DC Comics just dropped a pair of trailers for upcoming films.

DC Comics introduced the trailer Sunday for its upcoming flick Shazam! at San Diego Comic-Con. The film stars Zachary Levi as the films superhero.

The movie will follow boy Billy (Jack Dylan Grazer) and his friend Freddy (Levi). The two meet a wizard who transforms Freddy into a superhero named Shazam.

Watch the trailer here.

Think Big, but with superpowers he works on trying to figure out what his powers are zapping peoples phones to charge them and discovers that hes bullet proof, according to The Verge. It looks like a surprisingly funny and zany superhero film, which will be a huge turn from the incredibly grim DC films like Man of Steel and Batman V. Superman.

That film will hit theaters April 5, 2019.

Dive into Aquaman

Meanwhile, Warner Bros. shared a trailer for the upcoming Aquaman movie, which also takes place inside the DC Comics Universe.

The movie will tell the story of Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa), a half-human, half-sea creature who works to stop his half-brother Orm from taking over the world.

Watch that trailer here.

Aquaman will be the first DC Universe film to test out a new strategy from Warner Bros., which is stepping away from its overarching expanded universe in favor of films in the vein of the overwhelmingly successful 'Wonder Woman' still set in the same world, but not as interconnected as Marvels Cinematic Universe, according to The Verge.

The superheros first film will hit theaters Dec. 21.

First-look photos

Earlier this week, DC shared first-look photos and images from these films, too. Entertainment Weekly shared exclusive first-look photos for both Shazam! and "Aquaman."

Aquaman dropped its poster a week ago, showing off the superhero Aquaman with a fleet of sharks behind him.

Meanwhile, shared first-look photos of the superhero Shazam (Zachary Levi), with his lightning bolt symbol and tight red uniform.