DC Will Die If Black Adam Fails At Box Office
It's not wrong to say that the future of DC lies in Dwayne Johnson's Black Adam.
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Black Adam will not only determine the future of DC, but also Dwayne Johnson.
So Dwayne Johnson's Black Adam shouldn't just come out as a hit, but as a huge blockbuster.
DC's future could be in jeopardy once again if Dwayne Johnson's Black Adam fails at the box office
Of course, no studio can lay the foundation for a universe with multiple faces, even though DC is a huge universe with many superheroes unknown to the general public.
Of course, Aquaman, Wonder Woman and Shazam! is now the face of Warner Bros' DC Universe, while Dwayne Johnson's Black Adam is set to be introduced soon.
Meanwhile, Superman Henry Cavill's future at DC remains in doubt. Although there are rumors that he may appear in Black Adam.
How long has Warner Bros. Ben Affleck will remain as DC's Batman is also unknown at this time.
On the other hand, Warner Bros. he's in no mood to stop Ezra Miller from continuing as the Flash at DC after the rele
ase of The Flash due to serious allegations.
In such a situation, if for some reason Dwayne Johnson's Black Adam fails at the box office, then DC may be about to shut down.
Since Dwayne Johnson's Black Adam with the Justice Society could introduce other DCEU comic book characters in the future, if the movie fails, it could be a pipe dream.
Also, if Black Adam flops, don't be surprised if Warner Bros completely shuts down or reboots the DCEU.
In the past, Warner Bros. surprised everyone by boxing Batgirl with Leslie Grace.
Dwayne Johnson's Black Adam needs a better performance at the box office to keep the DCEU alive.
If Black Adam turns out to be a big hit, Dwayne Johnson might bring in more DCEU comic book characters. The universe we see today is not even close to 5%.
Despite this context, Zack Snyder attempted to explore the DCEU but turned away from DC due to differences with Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. and DC's Black Adam arrives in theaters on October 21, 2022.