Shazam! Director of Fury of the Gods Discusses Plans for a Black Adam Crossover

DC Universe is set to up its game in the superhero genre with its upcoming release Black Adam and Shazam. Given both Shazam! and Black Adam are frequently viewed as rivals or enemies in the comics, both of the movies will occupy a distinctive space in the DC Universe.

As the two rival superhero films are on the line together, fans are really excited to see what these films will provide on the big screen. Dwayne Johnson will be seen playing Black Adam in the upcoming film DC. As the two rival superhero films are on the line together, fans are really excited to see what these films will provide on the big screen. Dwayne Johnson will be seen playing Black Adam in the upcoming film DC.

Black Adam And Shazam

Initially, the plan was to narrate the story of Shazam and Black Adam in one film which was six years ago says Johnson during a press event. Although Black Adam was mentioned in the first Shazam! film, it is unclear how much of the characters’ shared mythology will be explored in the upcoming Black Adam film, which presents the lead character as an antihero who is opposed by the Justice Society of America but is compelled to cooperate with them in order to defeat a legendary evil.

There hasn’t really been a conversation about that, according to Sandberg, speaking to Collider. “I am aware that Shazam! and Black Adam are both sort of big right now. I haven’t really participated in any conversations like that, but we’ll see where it all goes in the future.

After gaining powers near the end of the first movie, the Shazam family plays a larger role in the sequel. That doesn’t certain that Black Adam or his “family,” which in the comics also includes Isis and Osiris, will be mentioned. Tala Ashe played the character of isis for five seasons on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and a different version of the character is slated to appear in Black Adam, however it is unclear at this time if she will actually possess superhuman abilities.

Black Adam will premiere in theatres on October 21 this year. after the release of Black Adam, December 21, will follow the release of Shazam! Fury of the Gods.

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