“Black Adam” is set to come out in 2022 and most have already seen who will be appearing. The Justice Society of America will be playing a key role but most are praying that there is more to come.

One iconic DC Superhero that most are hoping is Superman (Henry Cavill). Such is nothing new with most spotting several photos posted together by Cavill and “Black Adam” main star Dwayne Johnson in the past.

But as far as confirming the appearance of Superman on “Black Adam,” this remains to be seen.

A fan tweeted how he would love to see Superman appear on “Black Adam.” Curiously, Johnson responded to that social media post with an encouraging remark. His reply read: "I hear you & I always got you."

If Superman does make a cameo, the logical choice is to see Cavill take on the role. He and Johnson share the same agent, yet another reason why fans are holding out hope.

But before thinking forward, have to factor in that Cavill’s DCEU future as Superman has been repeatedly questioned in the past.

For those who have been following the DCEU, one reference would be “Shazam!” In the ending credits, most saw the iconic costume of the Man of Steel make an appearance. However, the face of Cavill was not shown.

Hence, it is possible that this could be the same route that “Black Adam” would be headed. But the events that lead up to that would be questioned, making the entire plot – the Justice Society of America included – very critical.

The answer to that could be clearer in the coming months. “Black Adam” is set to premiere on Oct. 21, 2022. With time to spare, there could be more hints on what possible surprises superhero fans can expect from the upcoming film.

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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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