Finally, after all these years the cameras have started rolling on Black Adam. With production underway, it’s been announced that newcomer Bodhi Sabongui has joined the cast.
His role is being kept under lock and key, but it’s indicated it’s a key role in Black Adam’s DC Canon.
Sabongui is no stranger to the world of DC Comics, he’s previously been seen in the CW’s DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and his father Patrick Sabongui has played in the DC sandbox for a while now, appearing in The Flash (2014) series as Captain David Singh,he also had a small role in Zack Snyder’s Watchmen.
Jaume Collet-Serra (The Commuter) will direct Black Adam, from a script by Adam Sztykiel (Rampage, Due Date).
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Source | THR
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