Dwayne Johnson spoke with Marvel boss about MCU role
Dwayne Johnson is one of the busiest actors in cinema, so you’d think somewhere in his long list of credits there would be a Marvel movie or two, even if it was just an appearance. in cameo. But no.
It’s not that the studio hasn’t been in touch about it.
Hiram Garcia, co-founder of Seven Bucks Productions alongside Dwayne, spoke with Collider about the conversations they had with Marvel.
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“DJ and Kevin [Feige] have a great relationship and we’ve flirted with a few ideas already, but nothing serious, ”he said.
“There is a mutual admiration for what we’ve each done and what Kevin has built there is truly amazing. Ultimately, however, for us, we’ve always been very committed to what we wanted to build with. . Black adam.
“Black Adam was the character we wanted to bring to life and thought DJ was meant to play. Once we set our sights on this character over ten years ago, it was hard to imagine DJ playing anyone. ‘another. “
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In addition to the live-action anti-hero opposite Shazam, Johnson will lend his voice to the animated film DC League of Super-Pets. The actor will voice Superman Krypto’s dog, alongside his Jumanji co-star Kevin Hart as Ace the Bat-Hound.
Speaking of Jumanji, another movie is likely to happen once the pandemic is over and the cast reunite.
Black adam will be released on July 29, 2022.
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