And instead of appearing in next year's DCEU installment, Johnson will first appear in a solo Black Adam movie before eventually facing off against the superhero Shazam, played by Zachary Levi.
Dwayne Johnson says that he thinks that DC Comics' Black Adam movie will start shooting in 2019, meaning that the film might come to cinemas in 2020. We now know that to not be the case, but we wouldn't be surprised to see the villain/anti-hero make his mark on the DCEU ahead of his solo film, even though all signs point to him being kept under wraps until that time!
If they can pull that off, fans should be happy. The actor has been attached to the role of the DC character for some time, but has yet to officially join the DC Extended Universe up on the big screen.
He shared: "The script came in, it's great, we're working on it". Ultimately, what's great about it, when we get together, is that I feel we make each other better. I look forward to James Wan's movie that's coming out, with Aquaman.
On finding the right tone: "It's this phenomenal opportunity for us to nail the tone and make sure he's badass. He just has that thing, so when he fully devotes himself to an idea, you go, 'Yeah, of course he could save the world!' I try to support that with good storytelling, emotion and rationalisation, as to how someone could do all this stuff, but it's unbelievable how much people just want to believe it. People want to get on the ride with Dwayne".
The most likely option is that Black Adam will show up in Shazam!
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"I'm feeling so good and so blessed", Johnson said. There have been rumours suggesting that Johnson's Black Adam will be debuted in Suicide Squad 2, but that's not so sure now either.