Director of aquaman and the lost zone, james wantalked about how they had to change some aspects of the film to fit into the new DC universe after the soft reboot of the franchise glitter Will present. During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Wan was asked exactly how many adjustments he had to make the lost kingdom There is a place for it in this new cinematic universe. Van replied that he had made changes”.along the way“, then adding:”The DCU has gone through many different iterations, and one of the hard things about this movie is keeping track of what’s going on. Luckily, the Aquaman universe is far removed from the rest of the world.”
“We’re going to go into a lot of different underwater areas that aren’t necessarily what’s happening with other movies and characters, so we’re free in that regard. So without getting too carried away, I’m just going to tell my own story.” but at the same time, I need to be aware of what’s going onVan explained. As is known, aquaman and the lost zone will be the last DC Extended Universe film to hit theaters. DC Universe will start after this james gunn And Peter Safranwhose first film, Superman: Legacy Will hit theaters on July 11, 2025. So it will be interesting to understand whether Aquaman will be able to fit into the new cinematic universe with these adjustments.
jason momoa expected again as a hero in aquaman and the lost empireA sequel to the movie that positively relaunched the fate of the DC cinematic universe. In this sequel, once again directed james wan (deceitful, conjuring)they will also come back Patrick Wilson As Ocean Master, Amber Heardas merry dolph lundgren who will once again be King Nereus, the father of Mira, and again Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta, who we saw again in the first film’s post-credits scene, David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrickVan’s recurring collaborator, will write the screenplay of the film, while the director and Peter Safran He will be the co-producer. aquaman and the lost empireAfter some postponement, will be released in US cinemas December 21, 2023,