Henry Cavill Is Returning As Superman In Black Adam?

The post-credits scene features the long-awaited scene where Cavill's Superman confronts Dwayne Johnson's, Black Adam. Spoilers Ahead!

Henry Cavill has been in the headlines for the past few days. Fans have eagerly awaited a Superman sequel for many years, however, it seems that it is becoming a reality. Henry Cavill has reportedly appeared in the latest DC film, Black Adam.

For the unversed, Cavill debuted as Clark Kent or Superman in 2013’s Man of Steel and returned in 2016’s Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and 2017’s Justice League, along with 2021’s Zack Snyder’s Justice League. Meanwhile, there have been rumours for months that Cavill would return in Black Adam, though he has never fully confirmed until this week during the New York City premiere.

A post-credits scene after the movie features the long-awaited scene where Cavill’s Superman confronts Dwayne Johnson’s, Black Adam is swirling around the internet. While Cavill has yet to say anything publicly about his return as Superman, Johnson has hinted at the Cavill cameo in a few different interviews.

In a recent conversation with Entertainment Tonight, Johnson didn’t exactly confirm Henry’s cameo, he didn’t deny it either, revealing the true ‘goal’ of the movie. The Rock shared, “I can tell you that the whole goal and initiative of Black Adam was to build out the DC Universe by introducing not only Black Adam but the entire JSA.” “So, for years, audiences have been so passionate and vocal about we’ve established Black Adam as the most powerful and unstoppable force on our planet,” he added.

While referring to Cavill’s Superman, Dwayne teased, “But the fans have been so passionate about… “Where is the most unstoppable force in the universe? Where is he?” Well… we’ve all been fighting for this moment so I will say this: Welcome home.” He also teased the cameo in a Wednesday appearance on The Tonight Show, where host Jimmy Fallon also hinted at the cameo.

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Dwayne shared, “I have been saying this is a new era in the DC Universe that I love. Yes, we’re going to introduce new characters, but a new era also means listening to the fans.” “For a very long time, for years, fans have been screaming. We established Black Adam as the most powerful and unstoppable force on this planet. The most powerful and unstoppable force in the entire universe has been on the sidelines for too long,” he added.