Black Adam: Dwayne Johnson Drops His First Look From The Film; Says ‘The Man In Black Has Come Around’

Dwayne Johnson on Saturday raised the excitement around his upcoming film Black Adam and unveiled his first look with a teaser.

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Black Adam: Dwayne Johnson Drops His First Look From The Film; Says ‘The Man In Black Has Come Around’
There has been a lot of excitement amongst DC fans ever since the announcement of the film, Black Adam. Fans were recently treated with an epic first look from the upcoming movie, which will see Dwayne Johnson star as Black Adam. Taking to social media on Saturday, Dwayne released the first footage from the much-awaited eponymous movie during the 2021 edition of DC FanDome. He unveiled the opening scene from the movie that marks his entry into the DC Extended Universe.

In the video, montages of the actors - Noah Centineo (Atom Smasher), Pierce Brosnan (Dr Fate), Aldis Hodge (Hawk Man) and Sara Shahi (Isis) were clipped together and they all introduced their characters. The video also showcased behind-the-scenes footage and a few glimpses of Dwayne Johnson’s God-like character.

Sharing the clip, Dwayne Johnson wrote, “Ladies & gents…Enjoy your WORLD EXCLUSIVE first look⚡️He is ruthless. He is unstoppable. He is the reason the hierarchy of power in the DC UNIVERSE is about to change. He is #BLACKADAM. The Man in Black has come around…”

Well, the recently shared video has definitely raised excitement amongst the fans and we cannot wait for the movie!

During the virtual DC FanDome event, Johnson had asserted that he was "born to play Black Adam" in the DCEU.

"This character, this film, this universe has been a gigantic passion project of mine for a very long time and I've worked so hard with these hands, my fingers to the bone on this project because it's the kind of project that I know comes along once in a lifetime. And the truth is, I was born to play Black Adam," the 49-year-old actor added.

For the uninitiated, Black Adam is a spin-off from Warner Bros and New Line Cinema's Shazam. The character, Black Adam, first appeared in DC Comics in the 1940s as a villain corrupted by power. He became an anti-hero in the early 2000s.