The official filming closure on the DC Extended Universe feature Black Adam, due for release this fall, was announced in a set video released by Dwayne Johnson.

His debut as Black Adam has been years in the making for the former WWE wrestler turned movie star. The Rock was set to play the villain in 2019’s Shazam!, but those plans were shelved in favor of giving the character his own feature. The release of Black Adam was originally scheduled for December 2021, but the COVID-19 epidemic pushed the timeframe back significantly.

Johnson plays Black Adam, a member of the Justice Society of America, with Noah Centineo as Atom Smasher, Aldis Hodge as Hawkman, Quintessa Swindell as Cyclone, and Pierce Brosnan as Doctor Fate. On Black Adam, which was written by Adam Sztykiel, Rory Haines, and Sohrab Noshirvani, Johnson reunites with Jungle Cruise director Jaume Collet-Serra. The film’s premise remains a mystery, but it is believed to explore the origin tale of Shazam’s archnemesis, a slave from Kahndaq who is granted superhuman abilities by the ancient wizard Shazam and then imprisoned for 5,000 years after abusing them.

Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam set video has now officially marked the end of filming for the DCEU picture. The Rock appears in costume as he wheels up in a golf cart outside the studio and proclaims, “That’s an official wrap on Black Adam,” according to a video shared on his Twitter account. “As the Man in Black himself would say, ‘Toodle-oo, mothaf*cka,'” he continues, before gleefully driving away and being struck by lightning, which transitions into a Black Adam title card. Here’s the link to the original post and video:

Last summer, Johnson posted a behind-the-scenes video from the set of Black Adam, heralding the film’s completion of principal photography. Almost every superhero movie and studio tentpole, on the other hand, has reshoots or pick-ups to supplement the footage already shot. Additional photography on Black Adam took so long because Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 was filming at Trilith Studios at the time, and the DC picture had to wait for the Marvel feature to wrap before starting reshoots in early May.

It can now be claimed with assurance that Black Adam has completely finished filming ahead of its October 21 release date, thanks to The Rock’s declaration. The world premiere of the Black Adam teaser, which Johnson has been teasing on social media for the previous few weeks, is also included in his tweet. On June 8, the first complete look at the forthcoming DCEU film will be released. Keep an eye out for any unexpected developments regarding the impending Black Adam trailer.