With a bit of turmoil still surrounding the DC Comics film universe over at Warner Bros., we need to ask the question "what's going on with Dwayne The Rock Johnson's Black Adam movie?"
Thankfully, our friends over at Collider have a bit of a scoop about just that subject, having spoken with Seven Bucks Productions President of Production Hiram Garcia about a few things, one of which being an update on Black Adam:
"Black Adam just made kind of great sense. It was this kind of really cool antihero, kicks ass, who believes in basically exacting justice in his way with a fascinating backstory, the history he has with regards to having been a former slave and freeing his people and then getting his abilities and what happened from there.
So I pitched that to Dwayne early on, and he loved the idea, and we've just kind of kept it in the back of our mind. We had a great conversation with Warner Brothers one time years ago, and we all settled on this was our character.
Black Adam is definitely happening. We're actually very deep into a script on it right now, which is coming along really well. I'm really excited with the story we've crafted. Look, I've always been a huge comic book fan.
I've always had this dream, I've always wanted to—You know, you kind of have like these goals of like, 'One day I'd love to be able to do this and this,' and making a superhero movie was definitely always one of my dreams. For the longest time, you know you kind of have this living superhero in Dwayne Johnson, so I was always trying to figure out what's the perfect character that will kind of fit him and his look and his build and his kind of edge and the attitude he's got."
We'll let you know when we hear more about the project.