Aldis Hodge is already thinking of a solo film about Hawkman

Aldis Hodge is already thinking of a solo film about Hawkman

The Black Adam trailer revealed at San Diego ComiCon 2022 last weekend finally showed the mysterious Hawkman in action. During the presentation panel of the film, the star of the winged hero, Aldis Hodge also unbalanced himself with some statements about a possible Hawkman solo film.

Black Adam trailer

Aldis Hodge is already thinking of a solo film about Hawkman

Aldis Hodge (Leverage, Hidden Figures, Straight Outta Compton, Underground) will play Hawkman, one of the most colorful and complicated characters in DC mythology was created by Gardner Fox and Dennis Neville debuting in 1941 in Flash Comics # 1. | ); }
If you think of Hawkman and his comic history there is the Justice Society and then the Justice League and then there is a lots of his solo series - there would be a lot of material. His background, his curse and his history with Hawkgirl. There is really a lot of material for a solo film even for more than one solo film! I just hope to have a chance to explore all of his very rich mythology.

These statements marry with the words of the producer Hiram Garcia:

In our mind, everything is part of a shared universe. All these guys exist together. We just focus on telling this story, on telling Black Adam and the Justice Society of America. But the way we see it and our ambitions for the universe is all shared. And I think you are starting to feel the ripples of these guys in the universe.

We present the Black Adam trailer shown at San Diego ComiCon 2022:

Nearly 5,000 years after he is bestowed with the almighty powers of ancient gods, and just as quickly imprisoned, Black Adam (Dwayne Johnson) is freed from his earthly grave, ready to unleash the its unique form of justice in the modern world.

Black Adam is directed by Jaume Collett-Serra, also director of Jungle Cruise, which saw the participation of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. The cast also includes Aldis Hodge (Underground, The Invisible Man) as Hawkman, Noah Centineo (To All the Boys I Love Before, Charlie's Angels) as Atom Smasher, Quintessa Swindell (Trinkets, Euphoria) as Cyclone, Sarah Shahi (The L Word, Sex / Life) as Adrianna Tomaz, and Pierce Brosnan (Mamma Mia!) As Doctor Fate. The team of interpreters is completed by Uli Latukefu, Marwan Kenzari, Mohammed Amer, James Cusati-Moyer and Bodhi Sabongui, whose roles are still unknown a few months after the theatrical release of Black Adam, set for October 20, 2022. If you are interested in the Black Adam character, you can buy the Rise and Fall of an Empire comic on Amazon.

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