However, the actor convinced the studio to give each character a standalone movie.  

The next DC Extended Universe film centers on Teth-Adam, a former Kahndaq slave who was held captive for 5000 years until being set free in the present. 

Johnson has been vocal about the upcoming power shifts in the DCEU once Black Adam officially joins the fold because of the character’s godlike abilities.  

Black Adam makes the antihero’s on-screen live-action debut while also serving as the Justice Society of America’s origin narrative (JSA).  

Aldis Hodge, who plays Hawkman, Quintessa Swindell, who plays Cyclone, Noah Centineo, who plays Atom Smasher, and Pierce Brosnan.

Johnson talks candidly with Entertainment Weekly about his feelings upon joining the other performers on the set while wearing his costume. 

The Black Adam actor opens up about how moving it was to realize that “I’m the first one to bring life to this character,” a feeling that was echoed when he met the other JSA members.  

Johnson expresses his sincere thanks for the movie and his co-stars, who share his sentiments. 

Johnson’s response is reasonable given the ten years it took for him to finally go onto the set.  

Johnson has hinted that Black Adam 2 won’t be released for too long as additional reviews for Black Adam come in.