“Watch for those people too”: Dwayne Johnson Confirms DCEU Debut of a Major Character in Black Adam, Fans Believe It’s a Spoiler About Sarah Shahi’s Isis

Dwayne Johnson Confirms DCEU Debut of a Major Character in Black Adam, Fans Believe It's a Spoiler About Sarah Shahi's Isis

Dwayne Johnson, a.k.a The Rock, is the star that has been stirring things up ever since the announcement back in 2017 of him playing Black Adam in the upcoming DCEU movie of the same name. And in just weeks, we will be able to witness Johnson in his full anti-hero glory.

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We originally thought that we can’t be more excited to watch the movie in theatres on October 21, but Dwayne Johnson has yet again dropped a potential ‘hint’ with his co-star Sarah Shahi only solidifying the possibility of another superhero from the DC universe. 


And the fans can’t wait!

Possible Appearance Of Sarah Shahi’s Isis Confirmed?

In an on-stage interview in Mexico City, the whole cast of Black Adam and the producers were on a promotion spree, and on that stage, Dwayne Johnson said one sentence that meant more as an insider’s hint than anything else.

Dwayne Johnson at the San Diego Comic-Con 2022 in full Black Adam costume.
Dwayne Johnson at the San Diego Comic-Con 2022 in full Black Adam costume.

“Pay attention to the ones who aren’t superheroes, yet,” The Rock said on stage while being interviewed, and the audience went crazy with excitement.

As if this wasn’t a hint enough, his co-star Sarah Shahi retweeted this post by @blackadamnews on her Twitter account which was just the fuel we needed in the fire, potentially spoiling the appearance of Isis, one of the beloved female superheroes in the DC Comics.


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Who Is Isis?

Isis is a DC Comics superhero, as well as a separate Egyptian goddess also living in the DC Universe. The superhero character is modeled closely after the main character of The Secrets of Isis, a live-action American Saturday morning television program starring Joanna Cameron that served as the second half of The Shazam!/Isis Hour. The television character appeared in several late 1970s DC Comics publications.

Black Adam Star Sarah Shahi Talks About Her Character Isis
Black Adam star Sarah Shahi’s character Isis to make an appearance

A subsequent incarnation of the character was introduced into the DC Universe in 2006 as a female counterpart to the character Black Adam, a part of the Shazam! family of characters. The Egyptian goddess character has been depicted in the Wonder Woman comic book.


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What To Expect From Black Adam?

Black Adam has been long in the works according to Dwayne Johnson, who has been working tirelessly to train for the role ever since the filming started back in 2019. The character, who was thought to be facing off against Zachary Levi’s Shazam! In the 2019 movie of the same name was given his own individual flick after The Rock’s negotiations.

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A still from Black Adam

And ever since Dwayne Johnson accepted the anti-hero cape, he has put his heart and soul into the project to make his debut into the superhero world with a bang!

Black Adam, in theatres on October 21, 2022. 


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