Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam Appears on the Cover of Total Film
After years of anticipation, Dwayne Johnson’s long-awaited Black Adam movie finally wrapped production over the summer and is scheduled to arrive in theaters next year. Because Johnson keeps plugging the film as a game-changing entry in the DC Universe, expectations are high, especially after Warner Bros. premiered the first official footage from the movie during DC FanDome. Unfortunately, the teaser stopped short of giving us a full glimpse of Johnson in costume. But it looks like a new look at the character might be hitting newsstands next week.
Earlier today, Johnson announced that Black Adam is gracing the cover of this month’s Total Film. He also previewed the new issue’s cover, which only shows his character’s face from the nose up. However, fans will probably get to see a lot more once the magazine hits shelves on December 9. Check it out for yourself below.
Superheroes don’t kill bad people.
But I do.” ~ #BlackAdam
The hierarchy of power in the DC Universe is changing.
I’m pumped to share with you our new @TotalFilm subscriber cover.
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) December 3, 2021
Presumably, the issue also contains new details about Black Adam’s story, including a few additional revelations about the Justice Society. The classic DC superhero team will make its big screen debut in the film with Hawkman (Aldis Hodge), Atom Smasher (Noah Centineo), Cyclone (Quintessa Swindell) and Doctor Fate (Pierce Brosnan) filling out its ranks. Sarah Shahi will also appear in the movie as Adrianna Tomaz, a Kahndaqi resistance fighter.
Black Adam will hit theaters on July 29, 2022.
Are you excited to learn more about the movie in Total Film next week? Let us know in the comment section below!
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