Let us be the first to announce that the DC Universe’s hierarchy is going to shift.
Early reactions to DC’s “Black Adam” have been overwhelmingly positive. The decade-long passion project of actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, the film pits the antihero against the Justice Society of America (a group of superheroes led by Pierce Brosnan’s stoically mystic Doctor Fate). Black Adam Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer, and Latest Updates! As collated by The Hollywood Reporter, online reviews from entertainment critics on Twitter have complimented the furious action sequences, the visual effects, and Johnson’s performance as the ethically ambiguous Teth Adam, despite a number of mentions of bad scripting and plot.
Matt Neglia of Next Best Picture concluded his cautious review of the film by stating that the “Post-credits scene generated the largest reaction of all” in his theatre. If Johnson hadn’t already ruined the scene, fans would be ecstatic over what could possibly be revealed in such a sequence after such an endorsement.
If you want to be startled, you shouldn’t ignore the spoiler warning – the post-credits scene of “Black Adam” has major repercussions for the future of the DC Universe. The Black Adams Trailer: The Trailer is Here and it is Explosive!
Why is the rock ruining Black Adams’ best surprise?
You have been warned
Henry Cavill’s Superman returns in the post-credits scene of “Black Adam” for the first time since 2017’s “Justice League,” as initially revealed by the popular anonymous source @MyTimeToShineH. This is not the first time that an insider or early viewer has revealed a Marvel or DC post-credits sequence. Typically, such leaks pass without acknowledgment from the actors and crew; however, Dwayne Johnson has taken a slightly different route.
According to IGN, Johnson not only appears to corroborate the leak but also elaborates on how it came to be and what it implies for the future of the DC Universe. There is still more than a week till the film’s release. Johnson addressed Entertainment Tonight, without explicitly addressing the leak, what “Black Adam” signifies for Superman’s destiny. “We have all fought for this moment. Therefore, I will say Welcome home.”
According to The Wrap, reports circulated as early as this summer that Cavill would reprise his part in Johnson’s film, and that he would make the announcement at a surprise comic-con appearance; Deadline fueled the rumors. The popular comedy comic book news podcast “The Weekly Planet” revealed from a credible source that a positive COVID test stopped Cavill from making an appearance. Johnson is undeniably enthusiastic about achieving the expectations of DC fans, as well as the future of Superman and Black Adam. Johnson has been ready for his character to face the Man of Steel since 2015, and it appears that this confrontation will finally occur.
On October 21, 2022, Warner Bros. and DC’s “Black Adam” will be released in theatres.