“Black Adam” which will have Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in the lead role is all set to debut on Oct. 21, 2022, barring unforeseen circumstances. But it appears there is more to expect from the upcoming film.

Although “Black Adam” has been known to be a villain and will be out to carry his brand of justice to the modern world.

And with villains, most know that there will be heroes to stand in the way. And it appears that the Justice Society of America will be that group.

Johnson introduced some of the stars appearing on “Black Adam” whose characters will be part of the Justice Society of America. This includes Quintessa Swindle, who plays Cyclone, and Noah Centineo, who plays Atom Smasher.

“We are introducing and creating a world, and that's not easy to do, very difficult to do, and taking on characters that are really beloved, I can tell you, and a lot of fans around the world will tell you the same thing. So Cyclone and Atom Smasher, what [Swindle and Centineo] were able to do, I'm really, really, so proud. I cannot wait for you guys to see them in the movie. They did great," Johnson said.

Aside from the ones mentioned, Pierce Brosnan will also be appearing in the film. He will play the part of Kent Nelson or Dr. Fate.

Aldis Hodges is another actor who will be part of the film, taking on the role of Hawkman.

For those who may not know the history of “Black Adam,” the villain was bestowed powers after nearly 5,000 years by the Egyptian gods. After being imprisoned, he is freed from his earthly tomb, ready to unleash his unique form of justice on the modern world.

It will be interesting how “Black Adam” will go with most looking forward to another “Doctor Strange-like” a movie but under the DC banner.

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In a tweet, liberal political activist Don Winslow also called out the “Rampage” star for using his platform to defend Rogan, “a guy that used and laughed about using the N-word dozens of times.” Ultimately, the American author slammed Johnson, whom he calls a hero to many, for the terrible use of his power. Amy Sussman/Getty Images

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