New details about Aquaman 2 have been revealed and they make a spoiler that no one expected. A big change from a certain character.
The debate about the future of Aquaman 2 has revealed an interesting twist that is related to the villain of the first film. The first installment, also directed by james wanbecame the highest grossing film of the DC Extended Universe After obtaining more than 1,000 million dollars. The film followed the Atlantean hero as he took on the vengeful pirate Black Manta (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II)who was secretly associated with the stepbrother of the king of atlantis, Orm Marius (Patrick Wilson). Orm intended to thus become Oceanteacher. In the course of the adventures, Arthur Curry ended up falling in love with Mera (Amber Heard)who was previously engaged to Orm.
As reported TheWrap in exclusive, Walter Hamada has now revealed a detail related to the story about Mera. the president of DC Movies said the screenwriter David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick was already deviating from Mera’s focus before he started doing Aquaman 2. It was clear to them that the sequel was always conceived as a buddy movie starring Jason Momoa and Patrick Wilson. This is a radical change and an unexpected spoiler of the role of Ocean Master in the film, as he goes from villain to antihero in the style Thor Y Loki from Marvel Studios.
A buddy movie between stepbrothers
Yes Aquaman 2 focuses mainly on the relationship between Arthur Curry and Orm Marius, this is certainly a very interesting narrative twist. In the first film we had moments of comedy, but the adventure franchise leaned towards a lighter tone than other projects in the DC Extended Universe. If this is the case, it could also make it easier to phase Amber Heard out of the saga. Warner Bros. Pictures.
Amber Heard previously testified that she had fought long and hard to stay in Aquaman 2. She alleged that the studio did not want to include her in the film. However, both Jason Momoa and director James Wan were supportive of her continued involvement, despite “chemistry issues” between the two actors. The latter was said by Walter Hamada himself in the trial against Johnny Depp.