The long-awaited adaptation of “Adão Negro” won’t be released until July of this year, and producer Hiram Garcia is confident the film will be a success.
That’s because he’s already thinking about a title sequel with Dwayne Johnson.
In an interview with Collider (via Comic Book), the filmmaker did not hide his enthusiasm when commenting on the case.
“We never thought of ‘Black Adam’ as one movie. We always had a vision of where we wanted this story to go. I’m a nerd, a comic book fan who loves this universe so much. , you can see it by my enthusiasm in talking about all of these things.
He went on to reveal that the film could also generate spinoff films about members of the Justice Society, but it all depends on the reception from the audience.
“I think the story we want to tell in this movie is going to lead to a lot of development, including spinoffs of individual characters, we were already talking about that, even before the script drafts. But again, at the end of the day. , we need the movie to be well received and we want the fans to like it, but there is 100% planning of what we’d like to do in a multi-movie aspect when it comes to Adam. – even and of the Society. of Justice. “
Previously, he previously revealed to the portal that he is planning a shared universe with the characters in the film, in addition to Shazam (Zachary Levi).
“There are a lot of conversations going on about how it’s going to play out and it’s very emotional for me as a filmmaker, but even more so as a fan. Unfortunately, I can’t talk too much about it as these are still ideas in the works, but I can say that, on our side, we are very focused on building a universe shared between ‘Black Adam’, ‘Shazam’, the Justice Society and many other heroes. And believe me when I say we have big ambitions for all of these characters and the stories we want to show about them.
Remember that “Black Adam” will not be released until July 2022.
So, are you anxious too?
Check out the synopsis, as well as the official images and the trailer:
Almost five thousand years after obtaining incredible powers from the Egyptian gods, Black Adam was imprisoned. Now he is released from his grave and is ready to unleash his special form of righteousness in the modern world.
In addition to Brosnan and protagonist Dwayne Johnson, the cast will also feature Cyclone (Quintessa Swindell), Adrianna Tomaz (Sarah Shahi) and Esmaga-Átomo.
Bodhi Sabongui, Marwan Kenzari, James Cusati-Moyer and Mo Amer were also cast in undisclosed roles.
While information about the tale remains withheld, fans already know that Black Adam is the primary antagonist for the hero known as Shazam. In modern times, however, the character has grown into an extremely complex and troubled antihero – becoming one of the most important creations in the DC pantheon.
Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra (“Aguas Rasas”), the film will take place in the same universe as “Shazam!
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