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The "Shazam" star teases, "One day you will see Black Adam go at it with Superman or Batman or any of the DC characters,"
Dwayne Johnson reveals his role as Black Adam in "Shazam"; Daryl, Carol & Abraham feature in new "The Walking Dead" photos and more.
Following previous teases, Dwayne Johnson has made it clear he's playing Black Adam, with Darren Lemke set to write the "Shazam" film.
The Mists of Eternity part, allowing CBR to look back and discover Hollywood's ideal Captain Marvel and Billy Batson from decades past.
Clark Gregg discusses the status of Coulson in "Agents of SHIELD" season two; Dwayne Johnson teases his possible DC film role and more.
FINALLY! The Rock has arrived in the DCU! Dwayne Johnson has confirmed that he will star in Warner Bros.' "Shazam," but not whether it will be as hero or villain.
Dropping the clue “Just say the word,” actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson seems to suggest the search for his DC Comics superhero role is finally over.
Warner Bros is looking to secure the rights of the popular manga series "Bleach" with an eye toward a feature film. In Japan, the series has already spun-off into TV, animated features, and even rock musicals.
The Black Cat rumor firms up. "Shazam!" screenwriter talks adaptation. Also, it is trailer day featuring "Kick-Ass", "Justice League", "Clash of the Titans", and "Turtles Forever."
Geoff Johns will co-write a new Captain Marvel feature based on the "Shazam!" family of DC Comics superheroes. Peter Segal is still expected to direct the picture, which has seen many re-writes in the past.
Is this the Black Widow? We wonder while the Rock of Eternity may still see the light of day, Roberto Orci reveals some new Cybertronians plus news on "Heroes," "Smallville" and more.
John August proclaims the fall of a hero, Logan gets his green card on Nicktoons, Mark Verheiden speaks his mind, plus "Street Fighter," "Smallville" and more in today's news summary.
Warner Bros.' worst kept secret is now big news, Doctors Banner and Blake get animated, we take a long look at Will Eisner's masterpiece, plus "Astro Boy," "Smallville" and more.
Peter Segal takes wizards, boys and talking tigers seriously while Frank Castle doesn't need a recap, Mark Millar hangs like Hef, plus "The Dark Knight," "Heroes," and maybe a re/sequel for "300?"