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Black Adam BTS Image Provides an Extreme Take A Look At Dwayne Johnson’s Antihero

Black Adam star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson shares a behind-the-scenes image of himself in the titular antihero’s outfit from the upcoming DCEU movie.

Black Adam leading male Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson shared a challenging behind-the-scenes image of himself as the upcoming DC Extended Universe movie’s eponymous antihero.

Shared on Johnson’s individual Instagram account, the image sees Johnson garbed in Black Adam’s outfit with an appearance of anger on his face. “Intense week of shooting Black Adam,” Johnson specified in the description. “We are redefining the superhero paradigm. The antihero. The people no longer need a hero. They need a protector. Rage against the dying of the light. The hierarchy in the DC Universe will change.” Prior to this, Johnson shared a comparable image of himself in the outfit, where he specified that while he has actually had “the privilege of playing some great (fun) characters over the years,” none of his previous functions spoke “to [his] DNA” more than Black Adam.


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Concerning his function as Black Adam, Johnson jokingly stated previously this year that he started training for the function because he “came out of the womb” which he thinks he was born to play the character. “But in all honesty, this project has been with me for 10 ten years now,” Johnson continued. “The process began when we started to stand the material up and really developed it into what it is present day. Once the start date was agreed on by our Seven Bucks production company, the rest of my team, Warner Bros. Studio, and DC Comics, I started to build an exhaustive training program with my coach Dave Rienzi. I wanted to come into this in the best shape of my career.”

Connecting into Johnson’s remark about the movie being dealt with for over a years, manufacturer Hiram Garcia looked into why it took that wish for Black Adam to lastly come true. “It’s like some things come fast, some things don’t, but it’s our job in this business to make sure we continue to keep all of them developing, and they’ll hatch when they’re ready,” he kept in mind. “When they’re ready, that’s when we give it to the world and go.”

Furthermore, director Jaume Collet-Serra declared that the movie will interfere with the superhero movie category, just like how the titular character is “a disruptor in the DC Comics world.” When it comes to the future of Black Adam in the DCEU, Garcia commented that the task will be the start of a multi-film arc for the antihero which there are strategies to offer spinoffs to characters presented in it.


Black Adam opens in theaters on Oct. 21.

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