Black Adam: Release Date Delayed & Everything Fan Should Know

Black Adam starring Dwayne Johnson has lost its 2020 release date and no new date has been set. Release dates of many major films are delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic that includes Robert Pattinson starer The Batman, Ezra Miller’s The Flash, Zachary Levi’s Shazam 2, and Dwayne Johnson starer Black Adam. WB will be giving all new release dates to the films.

The former WWE star was trying to get a chance in DC Extended Universe for quite some time. He has put in a lot of effort to play the powerful anti-hero, Black Adam. His struggle came to an end when the movie started to come together with director Jaume Collet-Serra. The film was originally planned to be aired in December 2021, but due to unavoidable situations, it was forced to push ahead.

Black Adam: Updates

No new date has been assigned to the film yet, but the movie has been in the news despite the COVID-19 pandemic. It has been confirmed that Noah Centineo will play Atom Smasher, and Aldis Hodge will play the role of Hawkman in Black Adam.

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Despite all the efforts put by Warner Bros. Black Adam lost its due release date i.e. December 22, 2021. No new date has been given to the movie till now. Johnson’s superhero movie has to wait to hit the theatres. With a delay in Black Adam’s release, the release of Matrix 4 is also rescheduled by WB.

The calendar of DC Extended Universe has been disturbed after a shuffle in the release plan of their movies. Currently, Wonder Woman 1984 is expected to be released in December 2020, The Suicide Squad will make a debut in 2021, The Batman is delayed to March 2022, Ezra Miller’s Flash is pushed to November, and Shazam: Fury of the Gods will now release in 2023.

There has been no news regarding the release date of the film until this moment. We hope that an announcement will be made soon by the studios. What we can do right now is to wait for the release date of the movie. You can binge on the previously released movie, and wait for Black Adam.

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