Confusing Shazam! moments explained - Looper.com.
Shazam decides to give up the power to save his family and Sivana opens a magical door to the Rock of Eternity. Taking the wizard's staff, Sivana unleashes the 7 deadly sins. The siblings enter the cave and distract Sivana long enough for them to run and exit into a winter carnival.
Most post-2000 appearances of the Seven Deadly Sins identify them by their traditional theological versions (Pride, Envy, Greed, Anger, Sloth, Gluttony, and Lust). When the Spectre destroyed the Rock of Eternity and killed Shazam the Sins were released.
The Rock of Eternity. Seven thrones of seven wizards. But long ago, we chose a champion. And we chose recklessly. He used his power for revenge, releasing the Seven Deadly Sins into your world. Millions of lives were lost. Entire civilizations erased from existence. (the Wizard walks around Billy).
Lyrics to 'Lust' by Seven Deadly Sins. Betcha Can't Love Just One (Can't Keep Running Away).
If you're wondering why the earliest iterations of the group were known as the Seven Deadly Enemies of Man rather than the Seven Deadly Sins, you can chalk that one up to self-censorship by Fawcett Comics, Shazam’s original publisher, who also went so far as to rename the sins, switching out Lust, Gluttony, Sloth and Wrath for Hatred, Laziness, Selfishness and Injustice.
Warner Bros.' upcoming DC film Shazam! may involve a villainous group from the comics. According to a report from SuperBroMovies citing anonymous sources, Shazam! will feature appearances by the Seven Deadly Sins (also known as the Seven Deadly Enemies of Man).
Each sibling represents a different aspect of sin, including Sloth, Gluttony, Wrath, Envy, Greed, Pride and Lust. The Sins are the arch-nemesis of Pandora, although they are more prominently featured as an enemy of Shazam.