Dwayne Johnson posted a video from the set of Black Adam, thanking the cast and crew for their hard work and celebrating the end of filming.
Dwayne Johnson posted a video from the set of Black Adam to commemorate the completion of filming. Johnson will rejoin Jungle Cruise director Jaume Collet-Serra for the upcoming DCEU picture, which will focus on his titular antihero, once known as Teth-Adam, a slave from Kahndaq who is bestowed superpowers by the ancient wizard Shazam. Adam spends millennia in prison after misusing his newly acquired talents, and later becomes the archnemesis of the superhero Shazam.

With so few story details, it’s uncertain how much of this mythos will be adapted by Black Adam. Because of his connection to Shazam, he was supposed to make his debut in the next DCEU picture Shazam!, but that plan was canceled in favor of a standalone star vehicle for Johnson, who is currently one of the top box office attractions on the planet. Pierce Brosnan, Aldis Hodge, Noah Centineo, and Quintessa Swindell are all-star members of the Justice Society of America in the film, though it’s unknown if they’ll be allies or foes for the title character.

Johnson uploaded another video a week ago, stating that Black Adam had reached its last week of filming and that the DCEU project had completed filming on time. Black Adam has undoubtedly had a long and difficult trip to this point, having spent years in development hell. The COVID-19 epidemic struck just as it was about to go into production, causing endless delays. The release date for Black Adam has been pushed back several times. It was originally supposed to launch this year, but WB decided on a summer 2022 premiere.

However, once Black Adam began filming, there were no more delays, which is a significant achievement given the still-ongoing global pandemic. Despite the fact that filming has been completed, fans are still waiting for the first live-action glimpse at Johnson’s suit, which will most likely be followed by a teaser trailer. With DC FanDome returning this autumn, now would be a good moment to reveal these first glimpses of Black Adam.

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