Black Adam Production Can Be Pushed Back To End Of August Or September


Black Adam star Dwayne Johnson in his most recent Instagram live stream, went on to talk on when it’s looking like production for the movie will begin.

As previously reported, Johnson went on to confirm that the production for Black Adam might be delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic, as production was originally suppose to start sometime in the Summer. Though he never disclosed when in the Summer, Johnson does go on to confirm during the live stream that their plan was for the end of Summer, but if production does get pushed back they’ll begin filming at the end of August or September.

“We still plan on shooting probably at the end of summer now, probably pushed into the end of August or September. That is a project I hold near and dear to my heart and so I can’t wait to get started.”


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Black Adam is slated to release in theaters on December 22nd, 2021.

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