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“He’s truly king sh-t”: The Rock Gets Fan Praise After Latest Black Adam Promo Once Again Teases the SnyderVerse With Henry Cavill’s Superman, Nearly Confirms Rumors of Considering ZSJL Canon

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Black Adam in the trailer

On a world-upending scale of teasers and promotions, The Rock really unleashes it all for his upcoming DCEU film, Black Adam. Although the movie is now barely a month away, the actor has posted yet another snippet of collaged moments that make up the framework of the DC that we have grown to adopt and worship, beginning with Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel.

Black Adam brings back top-tier action to the DCEU
Black Adam brings back top-tier action to the DCEU

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The Rock Teases the SnyderVerse in Black Adam Promo

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has become a force to be reckoned with, not just because of his commanding presence on the big screen but for also respecting his audience by heeding their calls. One of those calls asked for the revival of the SnyderVerse that has now become a lost cause ever since Zack Snyder‘s exit from the DC that he helped build from the ground up. The whiplash left behind in the wake of the director’s exponential rise and fall within WB left behind the prodigal DC Extended Universe, around which is centered every CBM project since the 2013 era.

Black Adam features an insane SnyderVerse like cinematography
Black Adam features an insane SnyderVerse like cinematography

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In a sign of heartfelt respect for the contribution of Snyder, The Rock along with his Black Adam team now recreates a kaleidoscopic view of every moment that represents the best of DCEU. The new promotional 60-second video teases the conception of Henry Cavill‘s Superman, Ben Affleck‘s Batman, Gal Gadot‘s Wonder Woman, and Jason Momoa‘s Aquaman across the featured entirety of the SnyderVerse, along with an additional shot of Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn.

Fans Bow Down to The Rock’s Support for the SnyderVerse

In what can only be stated as a power move on The Rock’s part, the new Black Adam featurette comes weeks after the Warner Bros. Discovery chief, David Zaslav and his management formally removed any association with Zack Snyder’s Justice League, recognizing only the 2017 release of Joss Whedon as the official one. The news was a minor scrape in the array of head-on collisions that came after David Zaslav had taken over WB and its subsidiaries, including DC Films.

Black Adam rises after 5000 years in earthly tomb
Black Adam rises after 5000 years in his earthly tomb

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But after months of hopelessness and mourning on the fans’ part, even a momentary recognition of the existence of Snyder’s creation feels like a deluge of relief. The SnyderVerse, as the conception trilogy of DCEU had otherwise become to be known, has given rise to numerous petitions, outcry, movements, and fan protests with the hopes that it would be restored. However, all efforts have proven futile in the face of a juggernaut like Warner Bros.

However, with The Rock now standing as a voice for the people, the possibility of lending SnyderVerse its deserved share of respect gains headway by a multitude. Even though no assurance has been given by either The Rock or his Black Adam team about the revival of the said original trilogy characters, it still leaves a gap open for discussion in the aftermath of the new teaser.

Black Adam premieres on 21 October 2022.

Source: Twitter/ @TheRock