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Will Superman appear in “Black Adam”? According to Dwayne Johnson.

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The DC movies have found it difficult to compete with the considerably more profitable Marvel Cinematic Universe since 2017’s “Justice League” bombed. Yes, there have been triumphs since then, but for the most part, the executives in control can’t seem to decide what path the movies should take. In contrast, Kevin Feige and his staff develop storylines four to five movies in advance.

Nevertheless, DC fans are excited to see what the company has to offer in terms of entertainment for large screens. This year’s most anticipated film is “Black Adam,” which stars Dwayne Johnson in his first superhero role. Johnson’s portrayal of him in the Jaume Collet-Serra film is more akin to an anti-hero, despite the fact that he is frequently characterized as a supervillain in comics and is connected to Shazam.

The Justice Society of America, a superhero group that served as the forerunner to the Justice League, makes its big-screen debut in the film as well.

Along with Pierce Brosnan, the film also stars Aldis Hodge, Noah Centineo, Sarah Shahi, Marwan Kenzari, Quintessa Swindell, and Bodhi Sabongui.

Johnson has affirmed time and time again that, especially in the case of this film, he always pays attention to the fans’ requests and satisfies them.

A Superman cameo in the movie may also have been confirmed by him. Superman as played by Henry Cavill has been away from DC movies for a while, and it’s unknown whether he will make a comeback.

Johnson’s tweet, however, offers hope. He was questioned by a fan of the Man of Steel will make an appearance. Johnson acknowledged hearing him even though he didn’t precisely confirm anything.

The complete tweet said, “From the time I used to wrestle in flea markets for $40 each match up until the present.

I’ve discovered that you should always pay attention to the audience because they will guide you in the right direction. I understand you and have always had you.”

The movie “Black Adam” debuts on October 21, 2022.

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