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In woodworking, the rule is “measure twice, cut once”. This is not the approach Warner Bros. is taking. Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. sequel 2018 Aquaman It was said to have undergone three rounds of reshoots, something Hollywood Reporter calls “an almost unprecedented number”. The film has also gone through a number of test screenings, none of which were particularly confidence-boosting. The film’s survival through regime changes at WB and its subsidiary DC Films, the disappointing box office of the lightand the Amber Heard defamation trial is stunning – and a testament to the truth of that Aquaman It remains the highest-grossing DC movie, at $1.148 billion.
for every THR, One of the obstacles to get Aquaman 2 The shape of the ship was Batman’s issue. Former DC Films president Walter Hamada wanted Michael Keaton’s Batman to become the DCU’s Nick Fury, appearing in cameos to hint at the larger shared universe these characters occupy; Keaton Batman should have played this role in bat girl. but When David Zaslav took over Warner Bros. Discovery compact, Nick Fury’s Batman went to the trash can with bat girl. Then Ben Affleck’s Batman appeared the light (along with every other Batman), calling everything into question. “It was very chaotic,” said a source. THR. The current solution to the film? No Batman, no place. “New DC boss James Gunn and Peter Safran don’t want to promise a cinematic universe that won’t come to fruition, nor tie it excessively to past failures,” he says. THR mentioned.
sources said THR That the latest round of reshoots may have finally got all the ducks in the movie (or stingrays or whatever) in a row. Jan and Safran agreed to a five-day reshoot, directed by James Wan and starring Jason Momoa and Patrick Wilson. Apparently, Wan got what he wanted after day four, and now he’s back in the editing area and mine VFX. Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom It’s set to be the last movie of the DCEU’s legacy system. The new DCU will start in earnest with Superman: Legacy In the year 2025.
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