Doctor Fate’s Helmet Is Blessing & Curse In Black Adam, Teases Brosnan

The Black Adam movie will portray Doctor Fate's helmet as being both a blessing and a curse, according to Pierce Brosnan. The DCEU is about to have a big shake-up, as it's

introducing some of DC Comics' most powerful characters. While many know Black Adam as Shazam's nemesis, the DCEU iteration will depict him as an anti-hero, something the

franchise doesn't have many of at the moment. Black Adam will explore Teth-Adam's grim origin story and how he becomes the Godlike figure he is known to be in the comics.

While Black Adam will take on villains such as Sabbac and Intergang, he will also tackle

some traditional superheroes in the form of the Justice Society of America. The Golden Age team, which predates the Justice League in the comics, will consist of Hawkman, Cyclone,

Atom Smasher, and Doctor Fate. After Black Adam awakens in modern times, Viola Davis' Amanda Waller has the Justice Society go after him and stop the anti-hero's rampage.

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Brosnan is portraying Kent Nelson in Black Adam, making it the first DC film to feature Doctor

Fate on the big screen. In a recent interview with GQ, Brosnan went into detail about how Doctor Fate's helmet will have its ups and downs. While the Helmet of Nabu can be seen as

a blessing, Brosnan stressed that the film would also display how it's a curse, sharing the following: