Dwayne Johnson’s ‘Black Adam’ Now Eyeing Production Start Next Fall

Recently, we got a new update from Dwayne Johnson about his Black Adam solo film, suggesting that a script is coming together at the moment.

However, the project doesn’t seem to be starting anytime soon and we can now confirm this. Johnson’s busy schedule seems to be causing issues along with the film being without an official director.

It’s now said to be aiming to begin filming by next fall and it makes a lot of sense. His currently schedule looks like this Jungle Cruise finishes filming this month,  he jumps into Hobbs and Shaw next, then to Jumanji 2 to Red Notice.

It’s unknown if we’ll see the villain debut in another film first.

Warner Bros. has yet to announce a release date for Black Adam.


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