In anticipation of the imminent release of Black Adam, a poster has been released that focuses on Doctor Fate and provides fans with a clearer look at Pierce Brosnan in his role as the formidable figure.
In a brand-new image that highlights Doctor Fate, DC Extended Universe (DCEU) fans are getting their finest look yet at Pierce Brosnan's portrayal of the character Black Adam.
Teth-Adam, also known as Black Adam, is the titular anti-hero of the upcoming film. He has been freed from imprisonment almost 5,000 years after receiving his powers from the Egyptian gods, and he is now attempting to unleash his own form of equity on the world while attracting the attention of the Justice Society of America.
In addition to Johnson and Brosnan, the film also stars Aldis Hodge, Noah Centineo, Sarah Shahi, Marwan Kenzari, and Quintessa Swindell. It is scheduled to be released in theatres on October 21, 2022.
Fans of the comics are probably already familiar with Brosnan's character, Kent Nelson. Nelson is a powerful sorcerer who wears the magical Helmet of Fate, which was given to him by the ancient entity Nabu. Nelson is also a founding member of the Justice Society of America. Brosnan portrayed Nelson in the film Justice Society of America.
Throughout the course of his publishing history, Nelson/Doctor Fate has faced a variety of challenges related to Nabu's eventual attempts to seize control of his body. Additionally, he has made cameo appearances as a guide to a number of other well-known heroes.
Brosnan alluded to the fearsome nature of Doctor Fate during a recent conversation in which he discussed his participation with Black Adam. In this conversation, Brosnan said that Doctor Fate had the ability to teleport, see the future, and revive the dead.
Now, Johnson, who has been aggressively pushing Black Adam across social media since production began more than a year ago, has turned to Twitter to share the first official character poster for Doctor Fate's appearance in the series.
The actor acknowledged Brosnan's performance in the part before writing that "Fate does not make errors," which is a quote from Kent Nelson.
Below, you can view the brand-new poster that features Doctor Fate that was just released:
Brosnan has previously explained how he was able to provide input for the character's costume design, which is prominently displayed on the poster. He noted that director Jaume Collet-Serra was great to work with and would send him different ideas. Brosnan has also previously explained how he was able to provide input for the character's weapon design, which is prominently displayed on the poster.
In a different interview that took place not so long ago, Collet-Serra discussed the reasoning for his decision to cast Brosnan as Doctor Fate. He explained that he needed someone who could infuse the role with a sense of moderation.
He then went on to say that Brosnan is "one of the coolest individuals in the world," after remarking that it would take a "unique actor" to play the role of Fate.
In addition to continuing to provide new information on Black Adam, Johnson has also publicly lauded Brosnan's performance, which has added to the enthusiasm of the fans.
Those who are familiar with the character and the original source material are probably excited to see how the upcoming film portrays Doctor Fate and the Justice Society of America.
However, as seen by this poster, DC Comics has at least been able to effectively adapt the comic book version of Doctor Fate's look for the big screen.
Black Adam will be released in cinemas this autumn, and viewers who are interested in learning more about the character and Brosnan's portrayal of him should make it a point to go watch it then.