When Black Adam finally pull up on the big screen next summer, the legendary antihero will be doing it with the aid of new amazing technology.
A producer on the DC film, Hiram Garcia, spoke to Collider to admit that they had to put the special effects team to work and the technology being used to showcase the character’s amazing abilities is completely peculiar.
Speaking to the media, he said via online casinos: “The technology we’re using to make Black Adam fly has never been done before. It’s completely unique. It was critical for us to ensure that it felt special, authentic and real. [Director] Jaume [Collet-Serra] took that to heart. Our special effects team are Oscar winners, and we certainly put them to work.”
Garcia went on to claim that it’s quite common to see a hero’s abilities fall to the wayside when it comes to superhero movies when dealing with characters with several big powers. This new technology made it possible to avoid this shortcoming in this particular genre, and it makes the character’s multiple abilities presentable on screen for the audience.
“He has super speed, can fly and has world-breaking strength to name a few. We wanted to make sure moviegoers feel that throughout the entire movie,” he said.
According to Garcia, their goal on the film with the heroic character was to ensure continuity and “push the bar in terms of how we do it. You’re not going to see him use super speed just once and then it stops, this is part of his arsenal.”
Garcia also revealed his thoughts on how he felt the Black Adams fitted into the large DC cinematic multiverse, and if it’ll connect directly to movies like The Flash and Shazam, or a stand-alone film like the upcoming The Batman by Matt Reeves.
Garcia said via real money online casino: “I think there are versions of it. We’re definitely focusing now though on building out our world. Obviously Shazam! does exist in the same universe as Black Adam and there are some other crossover elements you might feel in our movie.”
Regarding the PG-13 rating given to the movie, Garcia confirmed that his team had talked about it and said: “It just wasn’t necessary to make it R.”
“This will be PG-13, but it’s not because we’re being forced to be PG-13. The way we devised the movie, it just wasn’t necessary to make it R, and it’s something we discussed because we did want to be true to the character,” he said. “This movie can thrive in a PG-13 space and that’s great for us because we want to introduce Back Adam to as many people as possible.”
Black Adam has been scheduled to be released in mid-2022, and DC fans will be very excited to watch it when it finally comes out in theatres as they have been waiting for a long time.