Dwayne Johnson mocked a “low” post, comparing Black Adam to Captain America

Dwayne Johnson’s post about the Black AdamBox office sales were branded as “low” by his fans.

The actor was apparently responding to reports that the DC film would make a $100 million loss which would have resulted in it being branded a ‘flop’ as he shared a post detailing the success of the superhero film praised.

Johnson also appeared as a producer Black Adam and in a new post shared on Wednesday (December 7), the jungle cruise Star said the film will gross between $52 million and $72 million.

This is considered a small amount considering the film’s budget ranged from $195 million to $230 million, with more than $100 million spent on marketing and advertising.

Johnson wrote on Twitter: “I’ve been waiting to confirm with the financiers before sharing this excellent #BlackAdam News – our film will WIN between $52 and $72 million. Fact.”

He continued, “With nearly $400 million worldwide, we’re gradually building our new franchise for the DC future (first, Captain America made $370 million).”

Many are questioning Johnson’s decision to compare the film’s box office to that of a Marvel film released 11 years ago.

“Why are you comparing the movie to the earnings of a 10 year old superhero movie?” @Jerk_Burton asked.

@CutAyer added, “Don’t consider Marvel films as competition, consider Snyderverse-era films as competition, or (the better option) adopt them as canon and expand on them in DC.”

“Yes, but Captain America was 10 years ago,” said @JOE_Danger, and @hausofviccc added, “Captain America was one of the first MCU movies more than a decade ago, while this is like the 11th DCEU movie.”

Dwayne Johnson defends ‘Black Adam’ box office sales


@Itspeacemaker then wrote, “You know it’s bad when the lead actor compares movie budgets to justify it’s not doing so well.”

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/dwayne-johnson-black-adam-captain-america-b2241493.html Dwayne Johnson mocked a “low” post, comparing Black Adam to Captain America


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