Dwayne Johnson Says Black Adam Could Film Next Year

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Dwayne Johnson also says that the Black Adam will tie into the other DC movies, with the most obvious being the Zachary Levi Shazam! movie that is now film as Dwayne Johnson is on board that film as a producer.

Rampage officially hit theaters in the United Kingdom today (April 11) and is set to arrive stateside on Friday (April 13)!

In a recent press interaction, Dwayne Johnson, who will be playing the black suit donning supervillain, confirmed that a script has been turned in and that a few tweaks are all that are needed to lock the script.

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Joe Manganiello also pops up as Burke the merc, a small, one-note role that never registers the way the filmmakers probably thought it might. Johnson is at the top of the A-list right now, with no signs of going anywhere either. Even the most pedestrian of summer action blockbusters would've paid off these supporting characters later on but that's not the case with Rampage. Based on the game where you just smash up cities, some story has been added here.

In Rampage, he plays a primatologist who looks after George, an albino gorilla, which later turns monstrous. But a rogue genetic experiment gone awry transforms this gentle ape into a raging monster. Okoye is shot by the evil CRISPR owner (played by Malin Akerman), leaving Dr. Caldwell all alone trying to stop the onslaught of monsters.

Directed by Brad Peyton.

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Other much-maligned video game adaptations include Alone in the Dark (2005), Super Mario Bros (1993), Street Fighter (1994), Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li (2009), Assassin's Creed (2016), Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997), Warcraft (2016), Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2010) and Double Dragon (1994). Having not seen the flick, I can't say if it succeeds or not, but it seems like the property didn't need him and he didn't need the property. P.J. Byrne and Jack Quaid are set-up early on as Johnson's comic relief colleagues before disappearing nearly entirely from the film. Later on this year, he'll be at it again in Skyscraper.

Here's the playbook: Use a game that's literally just about giant radioactive monsters destroying high-rise buildings and beef it up with CGI, sprinkle in a bare-bones plot to break up the action, and get a movie star who can get audiences worldwide to the theaters. My best guess? He'll handle them while cracking wise, which is pretty much his brand. He is, in fact, dwarfed by George, and every other hammy performance on screen, his presence shockingly overshadowed, his usually radioactive charisma dimmed. I'll put on some music that I know is going to keep the sad train going.

Black Adam had always been planned for an introduction in the upcoming Shazam movie, which will arrive on April 5, 2019, but then the decision was made to branch him off into his own film. We haven't seen him take any real steps towards prestige fare yet, but that could be coming. There's no telling if Johnson himself will ever be Oscar nominated, but he clearly has a lot to offer.

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There's no romance with Harris's Kate, and when they mention that possibility toward the very end it doesn't feel at all organic. "Rampage" comes to theaters almost nine years after Warner Bros. acquired the game as part of its $33-million purchase of bankrupt publisher Midway Games in 2009.

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