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In ‘Black Adam’ we saw the first film version of the wizard known as Doctor Fate (Pierce Brosnan).
As an agent of the Lords of Order and a defender against darkness and chaos, Kent Nelson uses the Helm of Fate to see into the future. But the character’s visions reveal that he is destined to die fighting the demonic Sabbac (Marwan Kenzari).
During the fight, Doctor Fate ends up abusing his powers and sacrificing himself to save his friends from the Justice Society.
But is he really dead?
According to The Direct, a brief abandoned post-credits scene sparked the character’s eventual return.
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Apparently, the scene would take place during the day in a sandy place, until Desino’s Helm is prominently thrown on the sand.
At the sound of tense music, a hand could be seen grabbing the headphones before the screen went blank.
Previously, director Jaume Collet-Serra spoke to USA Today and was asked about the wizard’s return, to which he replied:
“He does all kinds of magic at the same time and it weakens him, his powers are split. Doctor Fate altered the course of his vision, dying instead of Hawkman. But despite being an instrument of fate, Fate attempts to avoid the course of play, causing her own death. And there’s a moment of acceptance that your time has come, and that’s what I find most beautiful about the essence of Doctor Fate.”
Despite Nelson’s death, Doom is a supernatural being, and as his physical body fades, the bar chooses a new owner: Hawkman (Aldis Hodge).
“The helmet chooses its owner. And at the end of the film, he chooses Hawkman. But Nelson has amassed enough power to become something of an Obi-Wan Kenobi, he dies in the first ‘Star Wars’ and appears again in the sequels. So let’s see what happens.
So, are you also encouraging the return of the character?
Nearly 5,000 years after being gifted with the omnipotent powers of the Egyptian gods – and just as quickly arrested – Black Adam (Dwayne Johnson) is freed from his earthly tomb, ready to unleash his unique form of justice on the modern world.
The film will also star Justice Society members Doctor Fate (Pierce Brosnan), Hawkman (Aldis Hodge), Atom Crusher (Noah Centineo), and Cyclone (Quintessa Swindell).
Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra (‘Águas Rasas’), the feature film will take place in the same universe as ‘Shazam!’.
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