Black Adam just opened in cinemas over the weekend, and the film’s star and producer, Dwayne Johnson, has already spoiled the ending by saying who appears in a post-credit cameo.
The actor has been quite forthright in saying that he is most looking forward to the inevitable fight between Black Adam and Superman when might will face up against magic. The main question is whether or not Henry Cavill would return as Superman to make this work. As it turns out, it is correct.
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Taking to Instagram, Cavill assured his followers of his comeback as Superman not just in Black Adam but in all future DC films and television shows.
“Since I wanted everyone to have an opportunity to see Black Adam, I waited until the weekend was over to share this. Now that many of you have noticed, I feel it necessary to formally announce: I am once again Superman “Actor made a proclamation.
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Black Adam was just a taste of what was to come, as they say. Humbled by his fans’ love and dedication, Cavill says they will be rewarded for their patience and perseverance.
The goal is for Cavill to feature in at least one more solo Superman film, even though no writers or even a director have been attached. As DC Films undergoes a revamp under new Warners film chiefs Michael De Luca and Pamela Abdy, further cinematic appearances might very well follow.
It took some time and effort to get Cavill to put on the cape again.
When Johnson and his crew proposed the cameo, DC Film CEO Walter Hamada first said no.
Johnson and his manager Dany Garcia, who also manages Cavill, met with De Luca and Abdy to get their approval before Johnson officially left the company.
Over a decade has passed since Cavill was initially cast as Superman, and since then he has filmed Immortals for Legendary. First seen in Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel (2013), he made his big screen debut with Batman and Wonder Woman in 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
He was last seen in Justice League (2017), which marked a creative low point for the DC film franchise after previous films had failed to meet audience expectations at the box office.
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In addition to his role as Big Blue, the actor has appeared as August Walker in Mission: Impossible — Fallout, Sherlock Holmes in Netflix’s Enola Holmes films, and Geralt of Rivera in the Witcher series.
The movie theatre release of Black Adam has arrived.