The super(anti)hero event movie of the entire year is exploding into cinemas in October, and Total Film went eyeball-to-eyeball with Dwayne Johnson to have the lowdown on what he wrestled the best comic-book badass to the screen.
In a cover feature how big is Johnsons biceps, he tells TF how hes long imagined playing Black Adam, and the way the supersized action-adventure will disrupt the DC Universe and introduce viewers to the Justice Society of America the oldest comic super-team.
Total Film also foretells director Jaume Collet-Serra, producers Hiram Garcia and Beau Flynn, and co-stars Aldis Hodge, Pierce Brosnan, Quintessa Swindell and Noah Centineo to be able to examine Black Adam and his unique type of justice out of every angle.
The #BlackAdam takeover of @totalfilm is here now This is for you personally – the fans, once we bring you in to the world of #BlackAdam and the wrath of the best anti-hero ever known. On newsstands August 18. #BlackAdam #HawkMan#DrFate#Cyclone#AtomSmasher In theaters OCT 21st pic.twitter.com/OAnucZnlGSAugust 12, 2022
Also in the packed magazine are Jeff Bridges, Harley Quinn, Steve Coogan, a lifetime career interview with Michael Mann as Heat 2 arrives having an almighty bang, Season 2 of the record-smashing Gangs of London, the game-changing action-drama THE GIRL King, and far, a lot more!
This matter hits newsstands – both real life and digital – from Thursday, August 18.
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Below, you may get a complete look at both newsstand and subscribers’ covers of the Black Adam problem of Total Film.
Black Adam arrives on the silver screen on October 21. While we wait, complete your watch list with this guide to the year’s other movie release dates.
Jamie Graham may be the Editor-at-Large of Total Film magazine. You will likely see them around these parts reviewing the largest films on earth and talking with a few of the biggest stars available that’s precisely what Jamie does. Jamie in addition has written for outlets like SFX and the Sunday Times Culture, and appeared on podcasts exploring the wondrous worlds of occult and horror.
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- Matt MaytumDeputy Editor, Total Film