Black Adam movie filmed using high-speed camera, as revealed by The Rock
By Ray Ampoloquio July 14, 2021
Black Adam is almost finished with its final week of shooting. The film is now scheduled to premiere sometime in July 2022.
As the movie revolves around one of the most powerful and enigmatic presences in the entire DC universe, it only makes sense that the director films it using cutting-edge technology.
As revealed by Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, director Jaume Collet-Serra isn't settling for anything less than what is the best technology to film Black Adam.
In a recent behind-the-scenes peek on the set of Black Adam, Johnson posted a photo of himself in a striking and powerful pose.
According to Johnson, it's an advanced robot arm called a BOLT, which is the "fastest in the world". It comes with a PHANTOM camera that is capable of shooting scenes at 960 frames per second.
As we've already mentioned, Johnson will take on the mantle as the occasional villain and anti-hero, Black Adam, for the upcoming feature film.
Johnson refers to Black Adam as "the most unstoppable force in the DC Universe or ANY endgame universe".
While Black Adam's superior might is debatable, what cannot be denied is how excited fans are to see the film right now.
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