"Black Adam" The DC blockbuster with Dwayne Johnson should have been so brutal
Black Adam Movierulz - Lead actor Dwayne Johnson has already promised in several interviews that "Black Adam" will be a real DC spectacle, and most of the selected audience who have already seen the film are also very impressed. The main thing that was tweeted was the numerous action scenes, which are supposed to act "like a shot of adrenaline". But "Black Adam" apparently has more to offer.
SO "BLACK ADAM" HAD TO BE REDACTED FOUR TIMES
Black Adam Movierulz - As the two producers, Beau Flynn and Hiram Garcia revealed in an interview with Collider, "Black Adam" was initially too brutal to get a PG-13 rating from the US authority MPAA. It took four rounds of editing to agree on a defused version with the MPAA, the American counterpart to the German FSK.
An R rating for "Black Adam" would have meant that young people under 17 could only go to the film if accompanied by an adult - and of course, that narrows the target group. However, the reason for an R rating is not only violence but also intense action, nudity and too many swear words.
But according to Flynn and Garcia, the PG-13 version that will now be shown in cinemas still has it all. "One of the things 'Black Adam' is known for is its aggression and violence. Making a film without those ingredients just wouldn't have been authentic," Garcia said. It was very much based on the comics loved by fans.
THESE "BLACK ADAM" SCENES DID NOT MAKE THE FINAL CUTS
And what scenes are Garcia and Flynn talking about? About various recordings in which Johnson kills his enemies with "brutal force". In the first version, there were ten moments in the film that were extremely violent. About half of it was left. Among other things, Flynn speaks of trucks driving over corpses and opponents being killed in a jet-motorcycle chase.
Which scenes can be found in the cinema and which cannot be found on October 20, 2022. Then "Black Adam" will start in German cinemas. In Germany, the film is released for ages 12 and over.
There is also good news for those who would have been happy about an R rating: Flynn and Garcia can imagine that a home cinema release will include the missing brutal scenes. However, there is no precise information on this yet.