Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson applauds the fans who appreciated Black Adam and gave it a high audience rating. The DC picture received a 90% rating from audiences on Rotten Tomatoes, compared to a 39% rating from film reviewers.
Dwayne Johnson wrote, “This fantastic 90% AUDIENCE SCORE for #BlackAdam is extremely satisfying for so many reasons.” “15 years. THANK YOU so much for all the support and love. The only thing that truly counts to me is sending happy people home. And for that, I will always fight.”
This phenomenal 90% AUDIENCE SCORE for #BlackAdam is so gratifying for so many reasons.
THANK YOU for all so much for all the love and support 🙏🏾🌎🖤
In the end, the only thing that matters to me is sending the people home happy.
And that’s what I’ll always fight for.
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) October 23, 2022
Black Adam opened at $67 million at the box office, making it Johnson’s best opening as a leading actor. The former WWE wrestler expressed his gratitude to fans once more in a disguised message directed at critics who gave the film negative reviews. Dwayne Johnson Wanted Black Adam Removed From ‘Shazam!’ It’d ‘disservice’ the character
“A tremendous THANK YOU!!!! to the fans for #BlackAdam’s incredible 90% Audience Score,” he exclaimed. “The highest audience rating for a theatrical DC film since The Dark Knight. As usual, the fans are of utmost importance, and we are committed to providing for them. So be sure to stay till the closing credits…”
In a subsequent tweet, Johnson described playing Black Adam as “a departure” from his prior roles, adding, “Our director, Jaume Collet-Serra, supported me greatly and was a huge advocate. From here, we forward to expanding the DCEU.” The Black Adams Trailer: The Trailer is Here and it is Explosive!
The Rock referred to Black Adam as the beginning of the “new era of the DC Universe,” and he envisions a sequel in which his character battles Superman. Johnson was the most ardent supporter of Henry Cavill’s return to the DC Universe, declaring that “No” was never an option.
Johnson tweeted to his followers that the Black Adam crew is currently “working on ‘what’s next.”
“Exciting occasions. Keep informed,” he added.