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Doom for James Gunn’s Dc Extended Universe Sequel “Black Adam 2”

In DC’s upcoming film plans, not only will Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam not square off against Henry Cavill’s Superman, but the Protector of Kahndaq won’t even be receiving a sequel.

As James Gunn continues to create a new DC Universe, Dwayne Johnson said on Twitter that he met with the director and learned that “Black Adam will not be in their initial chapter of storytelling.”

However, DC and Seven Bucks have decided to keep looking for the best ways Black Adam can be used in upcoming DC Multiverse volumes, the oddly upbeat tweet adds.

It’s difficult to pinpoint exactly what this comprises. Johnson might play the lead in a sequel to DC League of Super-Pets or appear in the confirmed standalone universe of the Harley Quinn television series.

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Producers Beau Flynn and Hiram Garcia of Black Adam initially hoped to develop additional tales with the titular anti-hero and the Justice Society. Even a sequence after the credits hinted at a confrontation between Johnson’s Black Adam and Cavill’s Superman. Whether the Justice Society will suffer a similar fate in the new DC Universe is yet unknown. But as we come to terms with Gunn and Peter Safran’s new plan for the future of DC movies, it’s likely that we’ll see more cuts to the waning DC Extended Universe.

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