On his Instagram profile, Dwayne Johnson posted a video commemorating the end of recordings for ‘Black Adam,’ a DC Comics comic book adaptation which debuts in 2022.
In the video, he gives a nice speech, praising the production team and taking the opportunity to raffle thousands of dollars among some of the team members.
In the caption of the publication, he writes:
“I am honored and proud to say that the recordings for ‘Black Adam’ have been completed. I knew for many that the opportunity to play this character would be a ONCE CAREER EVENT. It was a true honor to stand alongside more than 1000 teams of brilliant and hungry filmmakers and storytellers to bring this anti-hero to life. “
“It was the most physically and mentally intense work of my entire career. But it was worth it. Each. Second. I love you all. Thanks everyone. See you later. Now they are going to have fun with that $ 10,000. The hierarchy of power in the DC Universe is changing.
Previously, the star posted an image characterized as the character in the middle of a destroyed scene.
Unfortunately, Johnson has his back turned and the image is black and white, but it is possible to notice the texture details of the costume, which resemble the costumes worn by the Shazam family.
In caption, he wrote:
“This image of ‘Black Adam’ gives you a tactile idea of the scale and size of our film… and proper destruction appropriately. Superheroes have a code of justice and don’t kill bad guys like Black Adam does. The hierarchy of power in the DC Universe is changing. The anti-hero. The man in black. The protector of the people. Black Adam.
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!
Johnson (Black Adam), Aldis Hodge (Black Hawk), Quintess Swindell (Cyclone), Noah Centineo (Atom Crusher) and Pierce Brosnan (Doctor Doom).
Bodhi Sabongui, Marwan Kenzari, Sarah Shahi, James Cusati-Moyer and Mo Amer were also cast in undisclosed roles.
The film opens July 29, 2022.
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