Having spent fifteen years attached to the title role, you’d have to imagine a weight has been lifted from the mountainous shoulders of Dwayne Johnson now that principal photography has wrapped on Black Adam, the first foray into the superhero genre for the world’s biggest and highest-paid movie star.
Johnson’s Jungle Cruise director Jaume Collet-Serra helmed the mega budget project, which is heading to theaters in just over twelve months. It’s been a long time coming to say the least, and you can bet that the leading man, cast, crew and the entire Seven Bucks team have put everything they have into delivering the best movie possible.
Anyone to have worked with Johnson over the years can’t speak highly enough of his dedication, professionalism and generosity, so it’s hardly a surprise that he oversaw a cash giveaway for the production team to mark the end of shooting. The pot was sitting at just over $3,000, but as you can see below, the A-lister bumped it up to a nice even $10k to reward the crew for their hard work.
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Now that cameras have officially stopped rolling, the arduous post-production process begins. We’re talking about an intergalactic comic book adaptation where almost every member of the ensemble announced so far possesses some kind of superpower, so the effects team are going to have their hands full.
As for the lucky folks to go home with their share of the $10,000 spoils, they’ll never forget their time as part of the Black Adam crew, and knowing how Johnson likes to work with a lot of the same people repeatedly, they might even find themselves part of another raffle somewhere down the line.