Dwayne Johnson’s Dramatic Comic-Con Entrance in Black Adam Costume

Dwayne Johnson’s Dramatic Comic-Con Entrance in Black Adam Costume

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson shocked audiences at San Diego Comic-Con when he appeared at the Black Adam panel dressed in full costume and revealed that the “DC universe will never be the same.”

Nothing could’ve prepared San Diego Comic-Con attendees for when the lights dimmed in Hall H and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson made a surprise appearance dressed as his character Black Adam during the movie’s panel presentation on July 23.

Standing upon a riser, the actor raised his hands into the air and pretended to utilize the superhero’s lightning powers, which swirled onscreen and lit up the darkened convention room. As smoke billowed around him, The Rock remarked, “Hall H, you have been warned. The DC universe will never be the same again.”

After his dramatic introduction, Dwayne disappeared from the stage only to return moments later, dressed in regular clothing, alongside his Black Adam co-stars Noah CentineoQuintessa SwindellAldis Hodge and director Jaume Collet-Serra.

As many of you know, it has been a long journey. One that has been fueled with passion, with commitment, with grit to push Black Adam along,” the former wrestling star explained. “To be here at Comic-Con Hall H representing a DC superhero…is truly a dream come true.”

Aldis, who plays Hawkman, was in total agreement. The actor called starring in the DC film “such an honor and a privilege” and revealed that he initially didn’t believe it when The Rock called and revealed he had been cast in the film.

“He said welcome to Black Adam. My brain exploded,” Aldis shared. “That was one of the best moments of my entire career.”

Quintessa found herself becoming choked up when explaining just how much the role means to her, adding, “playing Cyclone is the biggest honor of my life so far.” She also gave insight into the relationship between her character and Noah’s Atom Smasher, sharing, “We’re two young people experiencing our youth and trying to figure out who we are as people.”

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