Dwayne Johnson wants fans to know that a Superman-Black Adam crossover film is possible.

In a new CinemaBlend report, Johnson was asked if he intends to make a movie where Black Adam fights Superman to which the actor replied, "Absolutely. That is the whole point of this, man."

"I have been saying for some time, there's a new era in the DC Universe that's about to begin," Johnson explained. "And what I meant by that was introducing a brand-new character. It's not a sequel, not an existing IP. It was... you know, Black Adam. Two years ago, the world had no idea who he was. We did, but not the rest of the masses out there. What I really meant by, 'This is a new era in the DC Universe,' is listening to the fans. And doing our best to give the fans what they want.

"But you'll always know that we're listening. And in this case, with what you and I are talking about, I have been listening and I've been wanting to address fans for years," he added.

Johnson said he has been waiting for someone to tell the fans that their suggestions are being heard and are valuable. "I've been waiting for someone to step up and address the fans and say, 'Hey, we hear you.' So finally, after many months turned into many years, we ended up with what we ended up at. And the whole goal and intention now is to this new era, new time. Now let's build out."

Asked at the recent Comic-Con in San Diego, California, as to who would most likely win if the two characters engaged in a fight, the 50-year-old former wrestler replied, "Pound for pound they're pretty close... it probably all depends on who's playing Superman."

"Black Adam" follows the story of a former slave who reawakens in modern times after nearly 5,000 years following his imprisonment. Bearing the powers of Egyptian gods, Black Adam brings his unique form of justice to the modern world upon his release from his earthly tomb.

The movie opens in theaters on Oct. 21.

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Dwayne Johnson attends the Warner Bros. "Black Adam" photo call at SLS Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Beverly Hills on October 06, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. Matt Winkelmeyer/WireImage via Getty Images