The Rock's Black Adam Film Finally Gets A Release Date

The Rock as Black Adam, by Bosslogic and Jim Lee. (Image: Instagram)

Dwayne Johnson has been attached to play DC antihero Black Adam for years but it’s always just been that. An attachment. Fans have long wondered when they’d get to actually see the character come to life on the big screen. Today, that question was answered.

Johnson took to his Instagram to confirm that Black Adam is a go and it’ll be in theatres December 22, 2021.

Editor's note: It's unclear if this date also applies to Australia. If so, it's more likely it'll fall on December 23, 2021 or a Boxing Day 2021 release.

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The Man in Black ⚡️ Like most kids growing up, I dreamed about being a superhero. Having cool superpowers, fighting for what’s right and always protecting the people. It all changed for me, when I was 10yrs old and was first introduced to the greatest superhero of all time - SUPERMAN. As a kid, Superman was the hero I always wanted to be. But, a few years into my fantasy, I realized that Superman was the hero, I could never be. I was too rebellious. Too rambunctious. Too resistant to convention and authority. Despite my troubles, I was still a good kid with a good heart - I just liked to do things my way. Now, years later as a man, with the same DNA I had as a kid - my superhero dreams have come true. I’m honored to join the iconic #DCUniverse and it’s a true pleasure to become, BLACK ADAM. BLACK ADAM is blessed by magic with the powers equal to SUPERMAN, but the difference is he doesn’t toe the mark or walk the line. He’s a rebellious, one of a kind superhero, who’ll always do what’s right for the people - but he does it his way. Truth and justice - the BLACK ADAM way. This role is unlike any other I’ve ever played in my career and I’m grateful to the bone we’ll all go on this journey together. BLACK ADAM 12.22.21 ⚡️ Huge thank you to my friends, @jimlee and @bosslogic for this first time ever bad ass collaboration.

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