Producer Peter Safran previously said the production would never react to outside pressure.
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Aquaman is coming to HBO Max. The nascent WarnerMedia streamer has ordered a three-part animated series titled "Aquaman: King of Atlantis." James Wan, who directed on worked on the story for the 2018 live-action "Aquaman" film, is onboard to executive produce the animated series. "King of Atlantis" will begin with Aquaman’s first day on the […]
Both Lindsey Beer and James Wan have signed on as executive producers for the upcoming Mark Millar Netflix series "The Magic Order." Beer will serve as writer and showrunner on the series while Wan will also direct the debut episode. Wan will executive produce under his Atomic Monster production banner. Michael Clear will also executive […]
DC Universe unveiled the first full-length look at James Wan’s “Swamp Thing” on Wednesday, and it fits right alongside the director’s work on the “Insidious” and “Conjuring” horror franchises.The trailer for the upcoming streaming series, which you can watch above, gives the first look at Crystal Reed’s Abby Arcane, as well as a longer look at the Swamp Thing (played by Derek Mears).“Swamp Thing” will now have 10 episodes instead of the initial 13, an individual with knowledge of production told TheWrap, adding that the reduction was made for creative reasons. The DC Comics series will debut on Friday, May 31.Also Read: DC Universe Cuts 'Swamp Thing' Episode OrderIn “Swamp Thing,” Reed stars as Arcane and Mears will portray Swamp Thing, while Andy Bean will play Alec Holland, its human alter ego. The rest of the cast includes Maria Sten, Jeryl Prescott, Henderson Wade, Kevin Durand, Will Patton, Virginia Madsen and Ian Ziering.Per DC Universe, “Swamp Thing” follows Abby Arcane (Reed) as she investigates what seems to be a deadly swamp-born virus in a small town in Louisiana but soon discovers that the swamp holds mystical and terrifying secrets. When unexplainable and chilling horrors emerge from the murky marsh, no one is safe.“Swamp Thing” is executive produced by Wan, Mark Verheiden, Gary Dauberman, Michael Clear and Len Wiseman. “Swamp Thing” is based on DC characters created by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson. Rob Hackett is co-producer. The series is produced by Atomic Monster in association with Warner Bros. Television. The pilot is written by Verheiden and Dauberman, and Wiseman is set to direct.Read original story ‘Swamp Thing': DC Universe Unleashes First Trailer for James Wan-Produced Series (Video) At TheWrap
The maiden voyage of DC’s aquatic superhero opens with Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) kicking pirate butt on a Russian submarine — an action-packed showcase for his fighting prowess. “This is Aquaman’s hero intro to this movie,” Wan remarks in an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip from the hit movie’s upcoming home release. For Momoa, the submarine sequence represented a way to establish the kind of hero Arthur is at the beginning of the movie, and how he evolves when he takes on the mantle (and bright orange suit) of Aquaman.
“Aquaman 2,” the sequel to last year’s hit Warner Bros. and DC superhero film, will open on December 16, 2022, the studio announced Wednesday.The sequel will bring back star Jason Momoa, who starred in the original as hero Arthur Curry opposite Amber Heard, Willem Dafoe, Patrick Wilson, Nicole Kidman, Yahya Abdul-Mateen and Dolph Lundgren.James Wan directed the film, which brought in $1.13 billion at the worldwide box office and $332.9 million domestically when it opened ahead of the Christmas holiday weekend late last year, making it the first DC film to cross $1 billion globally since “The Dark Knight Rises.”Also Read: Jason Momoa in Talks to Join Denis Villeneuve's 'Dune'Wan and Peter Safran are producing the sequel, and frequent Wan collaborator David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick is writing “Aquaman 2.” He co-wrote the original film with Will Beall based on a story by Geoff Johns, Beall and Wan.Warner Bros. is also developing an “Aquaman” spinoff movie called “The Trench.” Screenwriters Noah Gardner and Aidan Fitzgerald have been tapped to write “The Trench.” That film involves a swarm of evolved, former residents of Atlantis who now are mindless monsters devouring everything in their path.Also Read: 'Aquaman' Star Yahya Abdul-Mateen II in Talks to Lead Jordan Peele's 'Candyman'“Aquaman” kicked off a significant reshuffling of the DC division at Warner Bros. following disappointing results for “Justice League,” which introduced audiences to Momoa’s Arthur Curry and Aquaman. Looking ahead to DC’s 2019, the studio has the light-hearted “Shazam” set for April and the mid-budget “Joker” origin story for the iconic Batman villain starring Joaquin Phoenix in October.They’ll then follow that up with the much anticipated “Wonder Woman 1984” set for June 2020.Read original story ‘Aquaman 2’ Swims to December 2022 Release Date At TheWrap
Years after making a fictional "Aquaman" on HBO's "Entourage," Cameron weighs in on the real-deal blockbuster and how his version would be different.
Warner Bros. has taken a definitive step toward an "Aquaman" sequel, hiring David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick to write the script. "Aquaman 2" will be produced by "Aquaman" director James Wan and Peter Safran. "Aquaman" has over-performed for Warner Bros., coming in above pre-release projections after starting with $68.7 million in its opening weekend in North America. […]
EXCLUSIVE: As Aquaman is poised to supplant The Dark Knight Rises as the top-grossing film in the DC Universe, Warner Bros has begun the process of bringing director James Wan back for the inevitable sequel. Sources said the plan in discussion is for Wan to oversee the development of a second film, including the selection of writers, and then make a decision on whether to direct it when he sees the script. Small wonder that Warner Bros wants him back as badly as it did…
The official Oscar shortlist for Best Visual Effects was announced December 21, but the DCEU tentpole was left off.
The film’s director talks about how using the “dry for wet” process solved a major visual problem.
Director James Wan shares the story behind the surprise vocal cameo in his blockbuster film — and how he hid it from the rest of the cast.
James Wan reacts to the fact that "Aquaman" has been called "insane," "bonkers," "bananas," and "bats***."
The James Wan-directed blockbuster, which stars Jason Momoa as DC Comics' aquatic crusader, is the first live-action studio superhero movie to feature a biracial leading man in the title role.
Comic-Con fans got the first look at DC's marine-based hero's new costume in sneak-peek footage and via toys on display on the show floor.
Aquaman has historically been an underappreciated character, frequently derided by fans for his so-called powers and silly orange costume. But the new "Aquaman" trailer, which premiered Saturday at the San Diego Comic-Con, proves that DC’s aquatic hero has got plenty of blockbuster muscle.
Hold onto your fins, everyone. James Wan and Jason Momoa brought “Aquaman” to San Diego Comic-Con during Warner Bros.’ annual Hall H panel Saturday morning, along with the first trailer for the film that dares to ask: can Aquaman actually be cool?
The first footage from Jason Momoa's "Aquaman" premiered at CinemaCon yesterday, and Yahoo Entertainment was on the scene to talk to both Momoa and director James Wan.
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