Black Adam Review


In this film, the titular villain is the man who becomes corrupted by his power. He is created by Shazam as Earth’s protector, but his power corrupted him. Is it really necessary to make this character a villain? I think not, but there are far better ways to create an evil character.

Black Adam trailer

Black Adam is a superhero film based on the DC comics character of the same name. The character was originally an archenemy of Billy Batson, but gradually developed antihero characteristics. In this film, we will learn more about his origins, as well as the history of the Justice Society of America, which predates the Justice League. This film will also be set in a parallel universe called Earth-2, which is also where the movie will take place.

The movie is based on the DC Comics character of the same name and stars Dwayne Johnson as the antihero. The film was originally planned to follow the events in Shazam! but the film was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Filming took place in Los Angeles and Atlanta from April to August 2021. It also stars Aldis Hodge and Quintess Swindell.


Dwayne Johnson’s portrayal of Black Adam

The Black Adam character first appeared in comic books in the 1940s and has since become a popular anti-hero, but it’s not clear what his origins were. The character was considered a villain by comic book readers, but he quickly evolved into an anti-hero, complete with his own ruthlessness. Dwayne Johnson’s portrayal of the character will definitely be thrilling to fans of comic books.

The film focuses on several Justice Society members, including Hawkman , Atom Smasher, Quintessa Swindell, and Doctor Fate (Pierce Brosnan). The film’s cast also includes Aldis Hodge, who plays Hawkman. In addition to Johnson, Sarah Shahi has joined the cast as Adrianna Tomaz, a Kahndaq resistance fighter and university professor who has a love interest in Black Adam.


DC Comics character’s status quo

In Year of the Villain: Black Adam #1, the DC Comics character is coded as a hero. Previously, Black Adam was shown as a tyrant. By coding him as a hero, the comic is able to avoid the common criticisms against the character and the status quo he represents. Also, it opens the door for criticisms of other characters in the DC Comics universe. This is a significant change from previous versions of the character, but one that will hopefully encourage DC to take some more creative risks with its future characters.

The original Black Adam was an antagonist to Shazam and the Justice League. His status quo has shifted dramatically in recent years, however, and Shazam is the latest example of this. Black Adam’s role has blurred into a villain. In the Justice League, Dwayne Johnson is the new Black Adam. The films delayed released date will now be on October 21, 2022.


Movie’s cinematography

Black Adam is a superhero film set in the DC Comics universe. The film is based on the DC Comics character. The movie was co-produced by DC Films, New Line Cinema, Seven Bucks Productions, and FlynnPictureCo. It will be distributed by Warner Bros., so it is sure to be a hit.

While the director of “The Joker” said that the cinematography in Dwayne Johnson’s film will be more traditional, it is hard to say for certain. This is only a word, but if the cinematography in “Black Adam” is any indication, it will look traditional. Joker’s cinematography was a high point of the film, which was the most profitable DC film recently, earning more than $1B on a $55 million budget and receiving eleven Academy Award nominations.


It’s a tie-in to the current Batman/Superman films

While it may not directly tie in to the current Batman/Superman films, Black Adam is a crossover character from that universe. The character debuted in the comics in the early 1990s as a corrupted ancient Egyptian version of Captain Marvel. Later, he made his way to modern times and challenged the legendary hero. Since then, he’s been re-defined by DC Comics writers as a corrupted antihero. This re-characterization has elevated him in the DC Universe, and has earned him the rank of 16th greatest comic book villain by IGN in 2009.

The film is set to fill in significant DC history, introducing the fictional DC nation of Khandaq. In addition, it might introduce the big screen version of the Justice Society of America. The movie will also feature Shazam, Enjoy the Trailer below.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s


Blog at

%d bloggers like this: