We preview the fall 2014 TV season, discuss Dwayne Johnson as Black Adam in the 'Shazam' movie, as well as Amazon bringing back 'The Tick' TV series starring Patrick Warburton.
This week, Warner Bros. and DC Comics made a huge coup bringing in one of the world’s most popular actors. After many years of waiting for his chance, Dwayne Johnson is now attached to play Black Adam in a new Shazam film. While this...Show More Summary
Just yesterday, Dwayne Johnson finally made the choice to play the villainous anti-hero Black Adam in the DC Comics adaptation Shazam. And while fans have been excited to see how this character will tie into Justice League and everything else that's coming after Batman v. Show More Summary
Dwayne Johnson reveals his role as Black Adam in "Shazam"; Daryl, Carol & Abraham feature in new "The Walking Dead" photos and more.
In the wake of Dwayne Johnson’s announcement that he would play Black Adam in a Shazam movie, speculation turned to how his character might tie into the rest of the DC movie universe, and how that universe would lash him to the pitiless void, where laughter is swallowed in the vacuum of super seriousness. Show More Summary
Now that Dwayne Johnson has finally decided he wants the role of Black Adam, WB is happy to discuss the Shazam movie. WB clearly wants to stress how different it will be from its other DC cinematic endeavors — not least of which is the fact that apparently Shazam will not be part of the Justice League universe. Read more...
For week now, the rumor mill has been circulating that Dwayne Johnson will appear in an upcoming DC movie — heck, even Johnson himself has been fueling those rumors — with the speculation being that he would play either Shazam or Black Adam. As it turns out, he will play the latter: “Kneel at his […]
Dwayne Johnson revealed by tweeting that he would be playing Black Adam in a filmed based on DC’s "Shazam." Warner Bros. subsidiary New Line Cinema is set to produce the film. Entertainment Weekly got a chance to speak to New Line Cinema...Show More Summary
" Indeed, you are my physical match. But I sense one critical difference: a vulnerability to magic."
Earlier today, Dwayne Johnson finally revealed that he will be stepping into the role of Black Adam for the upcoming Shazam movie, and now Entertainment Weekly has revealed a number of new tidbits about the production, including that Warner Bros. Show More Summary
There's some heavy secretive publicity around the upcoming DC films at Warner Bros.
We all knew that it was coming but now it’s finally been confirmed: Dwayne Johnson will play Black Adam in Shazam. Johnson has been teasing his involvement in New Line’s new movie but it wasn’t until this morning that the news was finally confirmed. “Kneel at his feet or get crushed by his boot.” My honor […]
Dwayne Johnson is preparing for a villainous turn. The popular actor, who most recently appeared on screen in July’s “Hercules” […]
After months of speculation and giddy, delightful wishes and hopeful tweets from the man himself, Dwayne Johnson has officially revealed his role in the DC Movie Universe via Twitter. (and reported on by Variety). While it’s been known...Show More Summary
Dwayne Johnson has made his superhero choice — and it's a bad one. The artist formerly known as The Rock will play Black Adam in New Line Cinema and Warner Bros.' adaptation of the DC comic Shazam, he confirmed Wednesday on Twitter,Show More Summary
Dwayne Johnson has finally decided between good and evil. The wrestler-turned-actor tweeted Wednesday that he’ll take on the role of Black Adam in forthcoming "Shazam" movie.
Darren Lemke has signed on to write 'Shazam', with Dwayne Johnson starring as Black Adam and also producing alongside Hiram Garcia. [...]
It's official. After much teasing on his various social media platforms over the last few weeks, The Rock is playing Black Adam in the upcoming Shazam. He dropped the news on his twitter. "Kneel at his feet or get crushed by his boot." My honor to become.. Show More Summary
It's official! Dwayne Johnson has announced he will be playing Shazam's foe Black Adam and not the hero himself in Warner Bros.' upcoming Shazam movie. Read more...
After being confronted, as so many of us are, with the choice between playing hero or villain, in a movie that could totally redefine our post-wrestling film career, Dwayne Johnson has finally chosen. He’s announced today that he will...Show More Summary