Dwayne The Rock Johnson is already planning his future, perhaps even planning so far ahead that he’s considering the unlikely, before making his debut as Black Adam, a role that has been connected to him for more than a decade. Although there is much talk of Marvel vs. DC in fan communities and it has occasionally occurred in printed comic books, the possibility of anything happening in live-action seems remote, or does it? When discussing the possibility of a big-screen crossover between the House of Ideas and its Distinguished Competition, Johnson told Total Film that he is still upbeat about the prospects.
According to Johnson, he is optimistic and his nature is to be positive. and particularly in terms of creativity. Particularly when it comes to films. It is across the street from the canon of Marvel superheroes and supervillains.
To his credit, it appears that pretty much everyone who worked on the production of both Marvel and DC movies is fairly optimistic that it may happen at some time. Kevin Feige, the head of Marvel, wouldn’t rule anything out. The Marvel Studios executive said when asked about the potential crossover, “Well, look, my typical approach to things is “never say never. ” I never imagined we’d get this far,” in a recent interview with ComicBook.com’s Brandon Davis.
James Gunn, a Marvel AND DC content creator who dabbles, has also acknowledged thinking about the possibility of a crossover and even bringing it up with the decision-makers at each studio. Gunn said on Twitter last year that he had “casually chatted to the powers-that-be at both Marvel & DC about it.” “I really hope it happens. Although I don’t believe it to be plausible, neither do I believe it to be impossible. That being said, I find a compelling plot to be more captivating than simply watching crossovers and mashups all the time.”
When speaking on Jakes Takes in 2017, the director stated, “The thought of being able to put Marvel and DC together in a movie, that would be extremely enjoyable for me. “Even the executives of DC and Marvel, Kevin Feige from Marvel and Tobey Emmerich from Warner Bros., must find it thrilling to consider… We all want to imagine it, but I’m not sure whether we’ll ever be able to overcome the plethora of legal obstacles that would be required to make such a thing a reality. However, it would be a tonne of fun.”