In the first trailer for DC’s upcoming blockbuster film, “Black Adam,” Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson flies right into the action. The two-minute trailer, which stars the Hollywood titan and wrestling icon as the titular antihero, who is morally ambiguous and has godlike abilities, was released by DC on Wednesday.
The 5,000-year-old warrior is revived in the current world with superhuman strength and the capacity to fly, according to the trailer. Black Adam punches a jet and even holds a rocket as it explodes in the teaser for the DC Extended Universe blockbuster.
Viewers get a first look at additional characters in the picture, including Aldis Hodge’s Hawkman, Noah Centineo’s Atom Smasher, and Quintessa Swindell’s Cyclone, in addition to Johnson as Black Adam.
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As he prepared to make his debut as the DC character, Johnson took to Instagram on Tuesday to thank fans for their support as he prepared to make his debut as the DC character, who is Shazam’s foe in the DC Extended Universe, played by Zachary Levi. But now you can find out all you need to know through this article.
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So far, we only know that the film is a spin-off from the 2019 film Shazam!, and that it would follow the anti-hero Black Adam as he breaks free from his purgatory 5,000 years after he was imprisoned.
Black Adam’s powers, like those of Shazam, come from the wizards of the Rock of Eternity, so while we don’t have any exact narrative specifics yet, we do know what to expect from the new character.
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On October 21, Black Adam will be released in theaters. It had been scheduled for July 29, but Warner Bros. rescheduled it as part of a larger DC superhero movie shuffle. So we’ll have to wait a bit longer.
Cast Of Black Adam
The cast of Black Adam is led by Dwayne Johnson, with a few other names associated with the production.
|Pierce Brosnan||Dr. Fate|
|Noah Centineo||Al Rothstein|
|Aldis Hodge||Carter Hall|
|Sarah Shahi||Adrianna Tomaz|
|Quintessa Swindell||Maxine Hunkell|
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