The Rock likens success to piloting a spaceship, ironically if Black Adam could fly
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After trying to continue from failure Black Adamwhich apparently involves rewriting the history books by claiming he had no intention of making himself the focal point of his own corner of the DCU, despite ample evidence to the contrary, Dwayne Johnson turned his attention to something else.
The world’s jacked energy drink seller has instead focused on bringing its ZOA brand to the masses, because nothing quite compensates for failing to launch a superhero franchise than making a boatload of extra cash right away. It won’t be the sweet, sweet DC money, though, which will certainly have to sting at least a little.
In a deliciously tongue-in-cheek twist, Johnson likened ZOA’s burgeoning success to piloting a spacecraft with a team of veteran designers and engineers behind him. Lest we forget, Black Adam failed the very first hurdle and was able to soar through the skies unhindered using nothing but his superpowers.
We’ll be very excited to see what the near- and long-term future of the DCU looks like as James Gunn and Peter Safran launch this much-anticipated tablet and you get a sneaking suspicion that Johnson will be keeping his ear to the ground, too.
After all, he’s had plans for a showdown against Henry Cavill’s Superman amid his dreams of sequels and spinoffs galore, but he’s had to settle for being the face of the latest entry into a market as oversaturated as the current complexion- superhero cinema.
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