'Rampage' review: 'It's really terrible, and I enjoyed it immensely'

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The Rock will take on guest hosting duties as he continues the press tour for his upcoming film Rampage, which hits theaters on April 20th. If Johnson's correct and Black Adam starting shooting in 2019, we could be seeing him make his DCFU debut in 2020, which is certainly something to look forward to.

Director Brad Peyton and star Dwayne Johnson's latest collaboration Rampage smashes its way into United Kingdom cinemas today, and ahead of its release, Flickering Myth's Thomas Harris caught up with the filmmaker to discuss his adaptation of the classic arcade game, employing motion capture technology, and whether he's interested in a sequel.

But we've finally got some news relating to the Black Adam movie.

"In the movie, I rescue George when he's a baby and his parents were unfortunately killed by poachers.and we become very close and we have this awesome relationship", he said.

"Marvel is doing such an incredible job of universe building ... and DC is doing a great job finding the footing and tone of their movies", the Rock further added. The actor announced Sztykiel had been tapped for the project on Twitter, and Johnson told fans he feels a connection to Black Adam deep in his bones.

I doubt I'm the only one who is surprised that HQ Trivia [Free] is still going as strong as it is - particularly with how quickly fads die on the app store - but here we are. But then also making sure that we can have intrinsic DNA tied to a lot of other properties in DC. "We've had great discussions with Geoff Johns over at DC".

A mere fortnight after Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle left British cinemas, here comes Dwayne Johnson again with a similarly hushed and introspective tale about the love between a man and his giant albino gorilla. "We're seeing that with Wonder Woman and Aquaman".