With Dwayne Johnson’s confirmation that Black Adam will “not be in the initial chapter of storytelling” for the reboot now being created by James Gunn and Peter Safran, another domino in the new DC Universe has fallen.
Johnson announced the information on social media on Tuesday. He also stated that Seven Bucks and DC would “continue investigating the most useful ways Black Adam might be employed in future DC universe chapters.”
“James and I have known each for years and have always rooted for each other to succeed. It’s no different now, and I will always root for DC (and Marvel) to win and WIN BIG,” Johnson stated.
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— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) December 20, 2022
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Very Proud of Black Adam!
He continued by expressing his pride in the movie that was released in October and promising to “always listen” to his supporters.
Henry Cavill’s confirmation of his comeback as Superman was followed by his departure once more a few weeks later. Black Adam’s departure is the latest in a string of dramatic changes. In response to some of the criticism that some of the actions have received, Gunn has stated that “we were aware there would be a period of turbulence.”
There is still a lot of speculation about who will return and who will be replaced, including reports that Jason Momoa may make a cameo but play a different role.
Since its release, Black Adam has typically underperformed at the box office, but there is still a chance that it may at least break even. Black Adam overindulges to the extent that it’s difficult to enjoy the DC anti-debut, hero’s as we stated in our review.
The box office is a true reflection of the DC Universe as a whole.