James Gunn and Peter Safran are hard at work planning the next era of the live-action DC universe, already making announcements that the legacy Justice League actors will not be a part of the process. Despite the fact that Henry Cavill made his return as Superman in the ‘Black Adam’ post-credit scene, plans of an apparent reboot are in full throttle over at Warner Bros. Pictures.
Now the latest announcement, following the confirmation of Henry Cavill’s departure as Superman, comes from Dwayne Johnson letting fans know not to expect to see Black Adam anytime soon. Issuing out a full statement that isn’t too dissimilar to Henry Cavill’s post, which explains in full the hows and whys of his exit from the DC universe.
Dwayne Johnson Confirms DC Departure
You can read his full statement below, which he posted on his socials this very evening, which contains all the details we need to know. He [Dwayne Johnson] shows his appreciation for the success of the ‘Black Adam’ movie in his statement, reiterating the fact that he spent “15 years” working towards it.
See the statement below:
Where Can You Watch Black Adam?
You can now watch ‘Black Adam’ on HBO Max, but don’t worry, if you don’t have access to the streaming service then you can buy/rent the film digitally on various platforms.