Dwayne Johnson has apparently spilt out the beans when it comes to the surprise package in the DC film that is much-anticipated, Black Adam. A report on screenrant.com talked about it and we take reference from that story for our write up here.

Black Adam explores Teth-Adam’s tragic origin story, showing how a Kahndaq slave is given godlike powers and awakes in modern times after being imprisoned for 5000 years. For years, Johnson has continued to tease and uphold his promise that Black Adam’s live-action debut will forever change the hierarchy of power in the DC Universe, including going after the Justice League. While Black Adam sets up Johnson’s character in a big way, it also cements itself into the larger DCEU, including its massive post-credits scene, which features the return of Henry Cavill’s Superman.

Even though the Black Adam post-credits scene had leaked online early, the re-emerging of Cavill’s Superman has already built up massive hype and excitement for the future of the DCEU. Following reports that he had to go over former DC Films head Walter Hamada to get Cavill’s Superman in Black Adam, Johnson opens up about the cameo in a new interview with ComicBook. Johnson confirms that he did indeed go straight to the Warner Bros. Pictures bosses in order to get the cameo idea greenlit, sharing the following:

Wow!! Are you looking forward to this big cameo?