Black Adam star Dwayne Johnson continues to tease an approaching battle with Superman, demanding that the final product of the impending DC Stretched out Universe film is to instigate a fight.
Speaking to CinemaBlend, the cherished actor guaranteed that his superhuman presentation is working toward a much great plot.
At the point when asked whether he has plans to eventually make a “Black Adam vs. Superman” film, Johnson responded that was ultimately his goal. “Absolutely. That is the general purpose of this man.
Thank you for asking that,” Johnson said. The star, who plays the titular antihero in Black Adam, elaborated that his character’s history will start another chapter for the DCEU.
“I have been saying for quite a while, there’s another era in the DC Universe that’s about to start. And what I meant by that was presenting a brand new character.
It’s anything but a continuation, not a current IP. It was…you know, Black Adam!”
In mid-2022, reports began to twirl that Black Adam would see Henry Cavill repeat his job as Superman after a lengthy hiatus.
Johnson hasn’t avoided fans’ speculation, continually building up the conceivable return of the DCEU’s Clark Kent.
Posting on his social media, the actor has dropped several major clues that Superman may without a doubt make an appearance.
“Just saw the movie again last evening. I can’t wait for you folks to see Black Adam.
He is the most impressive… he is the most impressive and unstoppable power on this planet… On this planet,” Johnson emphasized.
While Superman isn’t yet confirmed to appear in Black Adam, the film will acquaint several new superheroes with the DCEU’s pantheon of characters.
After learning of Teth Adam’s presence, The Self destruction Squad’s Amanda Waller sends the Equity Society of America to deal with the brutal defender.
Consisting of Cyclone (Quintessa Swindell), Atom Smasher (Noah Centineo), Hawkman (Aldis Hodge) and Specialist Fate (Penetrate Brosnan), the team will tussle with the eponymous character as they attempt to subdue his brutal strategies for equity.