Black Adam: Dwayne Johnson wants to be Kevin Hart in DC Movie
Kevin Hart wants to be part of the next Black Adam movie. The famous actor has expressed his desire to join his Jumanji co-star: The Next Level, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, in his next epic superhero to be part of the ever-changing scholar of DC Cinematic Universe 2021.
Hart has already collaborated with The Rock on two Jumanji reboot movies, in addition to the forgotten Central Intelligence failure of 2016, and earlier this year, he also made a brief cameo at Hobbs & Shaw. In addition, Hurt had previously dipped his hand in a genre of superheroes with Spider-Man villain Harry Osborne in the 2008 superhero comedy, although his proposed role in the upcoming Black Adam movie would be his first role in a true movie of Superheros.
While promoting Jumanji’s next sequel at a press event in Mexico, Hart told ET Canada that he discussed the possibility of Black Adam joining Johnson with him. Digital journalist Graeme O’Neill said: “It doesn’t matter what I do and it won’t include me.” “How selfish would it be?” Johnson, who was with her in the interview, also said:
“We have to find a role for Kevin in ‘Black Adam’ within the DC Universe.”
Late in the heart. After retiring from his planned position as host of the Academy Awards after a violent reaction after some controversial tweets, his career suffered another setback when Kevin Hart was hospitalized after a car accident earlier this year… In fact, Jumanji: The Next Level would be his first film role after the accident.
Joining a great project like Black Adam would be the perfect springboard to regain lost momentum, especially if movies like Jumanji and his upcoming drama Fatherhood prove successful. However, the main question of the hour is that if Kevin Hart plays a role in Black Adam, who will he play?
Kevin Hart could serve as a potential mentor for The Rock’s Adam or even play as the potential villain of the film, such as Dr. Thedius Siwana (a mad scientist who discovered Adam’s grave in the comics) or Ibac (one-on-one ruler, Adam’s homeland, Kahandak).
If this were the last thing, Hart’s character would probably serve as the face of Adam, the main villain of the movie, whatever it is. For now, however, Kevin Hart will have to wait to see if there is a place in the DC Universe for talented talents like him.