Black Adam: The Rock performs at Comic-Con and presents new images from the film

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson kept reminding himself that he was a boss at Comic-Con with a spectacular entrance. A new teaser was released after his speech.

This year, DC chose not to have a booth at San Diego Comic-Con (although it is doing its great summer return after several cancellations). Never mind: the brand of the Warner group has completely eclipsed the competition with its new heroes (and its old ones). Among the new recruits, the famous Black Adam, played by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, a tortured antihero, with a particular sense of justice and who constantly flirts with the forces of evil. New images from the DCEU feature film have been shown.

So far, we already knew a lot about the screenplay of Black Adam. Overpowered hero for more than 5 millennia, Teth Adam frees himself from his earthly tomb and prepares to make his law reign. A first teaser trailer had already been released a few weeks ago. This new, even more heartbreaking video reveals a little more about the story of Teth Adam.

Before presenting this new video, The Rock made a spectacular entrance on the stage of Comic-Con, in costume and levitating in front of a giant screen covered with lightning. “Black Adam will change the DC universe forever” he said just before explaining that the film was already complete.

Black Adam was directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, who previously directed The Rock in Jungle Cruise (with Emily Blunt). Also on the cast are Noah Centineo, Aldis Hodge, Sarah Shahi, Quintessa Swindell and of course, ex-007 Himself, Pierce Brosnan. In France, the film will land in theaters from October 19, 2022.

To follow the announcements of Comic-Con 2022, we invite you to find the trailer for the Amazon series derived from Lord of the Rings, announcements around yet another spin-off from The Walking Dead, or even the surprises of the DC universe: a trailer ad for Shazam! and … .

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