There are significant spoilers for “Black Adam” ahead. The opening round of credits in Dwayne Johnson’s DC movie are followed by one additional scene. A Justice League hero makes a triumphant comeback in the must-see scene. Morning Brew is read by more than 3 million people; you should too! Thank you for registering! Don’t leave the cinema as soon as “Black Adam” concludes if you want to watch it this weekend.

During the closing credits, a beloved superhero that fans have been waiting to see on television for a while makes a cameo appearance.
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What you need to know about the scene that will be discussed by everyone is as follows.


No one on Earth, according to Black Adam, could harm him. Technically speaking, Amanda Waller introduces him to a person from another world. Warner Bros. Pictures, with permission A drone flies down to meet Black Adam (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) where he shattered his throne at the end of the movie as the scenario begins in the evening.

A projection of Amanda Waller (Viola Davis), a government official and the Task Force X/Suicide Squad commanding commander, pops out of the top of the drone.

Alright, Black Adam. Amanda Waller is my name. Waller’s live projection reads, “Congratulations, you have my attention.” This will be your only warning, I promise. It’s okay if you don’t want to remain in my prison. Your current prison is Kahndaq. If you even venture outside of it for a moment, you won’t live to regret it.

Black Adam responds by calling her bluff.
Black Adam assures her, “There is no one on this planet who could stop me.”

Waller advises the antihero that she may ask someone for a favor and send in extraterrestrials.
Before telling her to “send them all,” Black Adam flashes a slight smirk.
Black Adam blows the drone to pieces as Waller answers, “As you desire.”
Then, a shadowy figure flies downward into the explosion’s smoke trail.
A dark person speaking from behind the smoke declares, “It’s been a long since somebody has made the world this nervous.”
Then, instead of Hans Zimmer’s “Man of Steel” theme, Henry Cavill’s Superman emerges from the shadows to the music of John Williams’ Superman score.
Adam Black. He suggests that we speak.
Before fading to darkness, the camera pans to Black Adam’s serious expression.


The Man of Steel should be played again by Henry Cavill, according to Dwayne Johnson. Walt Disney Studios Warner Bros. may not have been as surprised by Cavill’s big reveal as they had hoped. A week before the movie’s release, the mid-credits sequence started to circulate online and was easily accessible on social media.

But it’s a big deal that Cavill is back as the Man of Steel. Since 2017’s “Justice League,” we haven’t seen Cavill as the Man of Steel until “Zack Snyder’s Justice League” arrives in 2021.

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