Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam is shaping up nicely—with muscles, too—as the Worlds of DC movie adds a previous collaborator of The Rock’s to the cast.
Following the news that Pierce Brosnan will be joining the film as Dr. Fate, Deadline is reporting that Young Rock star Uli Latukefu has jumped aboard the Black Adam team.
It’s unclear what role Latukefu—who plays a college-aged Dwayne Johnson in the comedy Young Rock—has taken on, but it wouldn’t be beyond the realms of possibility to suggest he’ll appear as a younger Black Adam.
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After a series of pre-production delays, Johnson revealed earlier this month that filming on Black Adam had finally kicked off.
In a typically heart-felt Instagram post, an “extremely excited” and “humbled” Dwayne promised fans that “something SPECIAL for the world” was now officially in the works.
“We have an all star production crew – incredibly talented, galvanized, committed and focused to raise the bar and deliver something SPECIAL for the world,” he wrote. “This one is an [honor].”
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Also starring the likes of To All the Boys‘ Noah Centineo and Marwan Kenzari, Black Adam is expected to premiere in the summer of 2022.
“A disruptive and unstoppable global force of a message from the man in black himself. Black Adam is coming July 29, 2022,” Johnson declared earlier this year. “The hierarchy of power in the DC Universe is about to change.”
No pressure, folks.
Black Adam is set for a release in cinemas on July 29, 2022.
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