Los Angeles: WWE wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne Johnson says his villainous character Black Adam can feature in the film 'Justice League'.
Dwayne Johnson. Pic/Santa Banta
Though Black Adam, which will be seen in upcoming Marvel movie "Shazam", is not a Justice League character, he might join the film, reported Aceshowbiz.
"I think so. I think you always want to leave that creatively open that he could join the Justice League.
"That's the fun part of creating this character right now and everybody involved, from the studio, from New Line, to Warner Bros as well, to the writer, our producing partners," he said while promoting his new film "Furious 7".
Later, Johnson, 42, posted on Twitter, "He (Black Adam) shouldn't join #JusticLeague one fine day.. he should fight them."
"Shazam" is scheduled to be released by New Line Cinema on April 5, 2019, while "Justice League: Part One" is developed at New Line's parent company Warner Bros for November 17, 2017 release and "Justice League: Part Two" is set for June 14, 2019.
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