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The description of Black Adam: Superman Post Credits Scene, End, Easter Eggs

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SPOILER ALERT: This story covers several main plots throughout “Black Adam”, which is currently in theaters.

With the movie “Black Adam,” Dwayne Johnson has long promised that “the power hierarchy in the DC Universe is about to change.” Now that it’s finally in theaters… will that change anything?

The post-credits scene certainly hopes so. Fans have long been clamoring for Johnson’s super-powered villain to face another powerful DC hero: Henry Cavill’s Superman. Johnson himself even hung up on the showdown at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con and the “Black Adam” world premiere red carpet. Making the fans very happy, Johnson and the “Black Adam” team listened to their requests.

Cavill’s Superman to do He appears in the post-credits scene and there seems to be some animosity between him and the Black Man. But first, the scene begins with Viola Davis sending a drone to talk to Black Adam of Amanda Waller (who holds the strings behind Suicide Squad in not one but two movies). Waller is dissatisfied with Black Adam after escaping from an underwater prison run by “Peacemaker” character Emilia Harcourt (Jennifer Holland) in a fun cameo.

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Waller tells Black Adam that he has his attention and will set him free as long as he does not step outside of his home country of Kahndaq. Black Adam grins, “There’s no one on this planet who can stop me,” and asks Waller to say that there is someone. not from this world Who can help him? Of course, Krypton’s last son, Superman, falls from above in a cloud of dust. As the Man of Steel emerges from the smoke, he says to the Black Man, “We need to talk.” And then the movie turns black.

Does this mean we’re going to have a Black Man-Superman fight in a future sequel? As with most things in the DC Universe right now, it’s uncertain. While many of the movies on DC’s list – “Shazam: Fury of the Gods”, “The Flash” and “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” – exist in the same cinematic universe, these films are largely unrelated and chances are Cavill or Johnson’s. Another cameo from that looks pretty weak. There have been unconfirmed reports of a second Superman movie with Cavill, but green light aside, nothing has been announced.

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“Black Adam” producer Hiram Garcia said the battle for Superman will not be just a one-off movie. “It was never about a one-off or just a fight,” he recently told CinemaBlend. “No, it’s much more than that. We want to create a really long form of storytelling and show that these two characters exist in the same universe and will often have to deal with each other on the same or opposite sides. I hope they clash at some point, but it’s just a ‘one fight’ ‘ situation. It was never our dream. That doesn’t reward fans. Fans want to feel a journey between these guys, knowing that these guys exist in the same universe.”

Apart from Superman, “Black Adam” has a few more Easter Eggs in his arms. The heroes of the Justice Society of America, Hawkman (Aldis Hodge), Doctor Fate (Pierce Brosnan), Atom Smasher (Noah Centineo), and Cyclone (Quintessa Swindell), make their big screen debuts and nods for some comics.

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Atom Smasher explains that his suit allows his atoms to change their structure and grow to a gigantic size. While meeting him, he receives a FaceTime call from his uncle Al Pratt, DC Comics’ former hero Atom, and hands over the suit. In a comical cameo, Fonz himself, Henry Winkler, plays Pratt.

Hawkman, the leader of the Justice Society, has a funny correct suit complete with wings and a falcon helmet. He mentions that the spaceship is made of Nth metal, a precious alloy from the planet Thanagar, which is also used in its mace.

In the comics, Cyclone is the granddaughter of Abigail Mathilda “Ma” Hunkel, Red Tornado’s first superhero. As a child, Cyclone was abducted by the mad scientist TO Morrow, who created an android named Red Tornado and injected it with nanobytes, the source of his elemental powers. In “Black Adam,” Cyclone briefly tells Atom Smasher, who is shocked by his origin story, about his past, specifically nanobytes.

Although sadly dead, Doctor Fate fights against Marwan Kenzari’s villain Ishmael, who has transformed into the evil monster Sabbac. When Doctor Fate dons his golden helmet and uses his magical powers, his voice is deeper and otherworldly. This may be because his powers come from an ancient, cosmic entity named Nabu, who grants mystical abilities to anyone who wears the Doctor Fate helmet. When Brosnan’s Doctor Fate dies, there might be someone else like current DC character Khalid Nassour to take the mantle in a second.

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