Dwayne Johnson has shared a brand new picture associated to his upcoming DC film Black Adam. It’s Johnson in his costume, although he’s sporting a shroud and is standing reverse to the sunshine.
So whereas the picture itself doesn’t reveal a lot, the caption does give numerous details about the enduring anti-hero. Whereas Black Adam is generally Shazam’s supervillain, he’s additionally fairly sympathetic, and that’s what the Rock factors out within the caption. He says, “If you know the comic book mythology, then you know where his pain comes from.”
He added, “His rage. His wife and children killed. His people brutally enslaved.”
Teth-Adam, higher often known as Black Adam, was a local of a fictional nation in DC Comics known as Khandaq within the historical instances, was stored as a slave. He acquired the powers of Shazam however not as a hero.
Within the current instances, after being imprisoned for presumably utilizing his powers for nefarious functions for 5000 years, Black Adam is free and unfastened on the planet.
Johnson added, “He’s not a superhero, however fairly a champion. Champion of the poor and overwhelmed down. Champion of the individuals. And he’s probably the most unstoppable power within the DC UNIVERSE.
He additionally mentioned that by way of this picture, he “wanted to give you guys a little #blackadam⚡️ update and share this image with you from set. Production is coming along GREAT and I’m very pleased with the movie we’re making. Black Adam’s mythology, ethics and actions no doubt will create a new paradigm in the world of superheroes, villains & antiheroes. The power will shift. The line will blur. From a slave to a God.”
Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam was beforehand supposed to look in Zachary Levi starrer Shazam!, however then it was determined to launch Black Adam in a solo film as an alternative to present him room to develop extra. Black Adam is being directed by Jaume Collet-Serra (who, by the way, is directing Johnson in Jungle Cruise as effectively).
Black Adam will launch on July 29, 2023.