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Black Adam Photos and Magazine Cover Art

Following the first look from DC FanDome, new Black Adam photos have been revealed and Dwayne Johnson has shared Total Film cover art as well. You can view the Black Adam photos by scrolling down.

There’s also two versions of the Total Film cover art, one for subscribers and one for newsstands. You can view both covers below as well.

Black Adam Photos and Magazine Cover Art

Filming for the July 29, 2022 release, from Warner Bros. Pictures’ New Line Cinema, wrapped up this summer in Atlanta, Georgia.

The film is directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, who reteamed with Johnson after helming Jungle Cruise. The script was written by Rory Haines and Sohrab Noshirvani. Adam Sztykiel wrote an earlier draft.

Black Adam Photos

In addition to Dwayne Johnson, the cast includes Noah Centineo as Atom Smasher, Aldis Hodge as Hawkman, Quintessa Swindell as Cyclone, and Pierce Brosnan as Kent Nelson, aka Doctor Fate, a founding member of the Justice Society of America.

Also starring in the film are Sarah Shahi and Marwan Kenzari. While Kenzari’s character is unknown, Shahi plays a university professor and freedom fighter leading the resistance in Kahndaq.

The movie follows the success of Shazam!, which brought in $365.9 million worldwide. Shazam! was directed by David F. Sandberg and stars Zachary Levi, Mark Strong, Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Grazer, and Djimon Hounsou.

Johnson’s antihero was originally supposed to have debuted in Shazam!, but it wasn’t working with them having to tell the origin stories of both Shazam! and Black Adam.

Johnson has also said the upcoming movie is an origin story and that the title character is a ruthless keeper of justice.

Beau Flynn of FlynnPictureCo will produce along with Johnson, Dany Garcia and Hiram Garcia of Seven Bucks Productions. Scott Sheldon will oversee for FlynnPicturesCo.

The film is based on the DC Comics character created by Otto Binder and C.C. Beck.

The character first appeared in the first issues of Fawcett Comics’ The Marvel Family in December 1945, and began to appear in the Shazam! comics in the 1970s.

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