The Rock Says DC’s James Gunn Promised Him Black Adam Return
In one more little bit of mess so as to add to the Black Adam damage control—which thus far has included the precise box office tally, Henry Cavill’s bait-and-switch Superman exit, and Black Adam being type of a large number—Dwayne Johnson has simply tweeted his response in regards to the superhero’s future at Warner Bros.
Johnson wrote that he and James Gunn “linked” and the result’s that Black Adam won’t be in DC’s “first chapter” of storytelling. (The DCEU has already been round for a decade, however certain: first chapter in its newest period.) Johnson added that “DC and Seven Bucks have agreed to proceed exploring” how “Black Adam may be utilized in future DC multiverse chapters.”
Genuinely, this implies nothing. It signifies that the Black Adam IP isn’t being utterly discarded, however no IP ever is. It’s in a again pocket, a vault, hidden away in some desk someplace, and this message is completely the least quantity of data anybody might present when speaking about the way forward for a personality in a significant franchise. Black Adam exists! Perhaps! We’ll see him once more! Preserving the choices open!
I do know the Rock doesn’t care about what I’ve to say, however I simply want he would cease saying so many issues. It’s exhausting maintaining with all of this. No one cares as a lot about Black Adam as Johnson does, and whereas I perceive the sunk price fallacy that have to be at play right here with 15 years of labor leading to perhaps $50 million of field workplace revenue, we have to be approaching the restrict to this man’s dedication to a second-rate superhero movie.
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