viernes, 24 de febrero de 2017


“It’s really our interpretation, and who we deem a hero. Yes, of course, Black Adam in the mythology is a villain, or he can be considered an anti-hero, or to some he’s a hero--to some who have a black heart like me [laughs]. 
Again, I love the backstory that he started off as a slave, and he was held down, and I think when that kinda backstory about a man who’s held down and he rises up out of that to become greater and then dealing with the conflict of pain of losing his family, it’s dark, but it also adds to the gravity and adds to the weight of the story. So what does it mean for the movie? It means the movie’s gonna be fantastic, and it means that it’s gonna be bad ass. And it means to me, he’s a hero.”

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson responde a la pregunta de un fan sobre si Black Adam es héroe o villano.
Shazam se estrena en el 2019.

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