Aquaman 2 starts shooting in the mid-2021 with James Wan returning as the director. DC Extended Universe found the new track in the past 13 months. Aquaman gained box office success by gathering a fantastic crowd last December, while Shazam is 2019’s best-reviewed comic book in Spring. Although it exists separately from DCEU continuity, Joker of Todd Philips is the biggest pop culture event of the year as well.
2020 and 2021 are predicted to be even better performing than 2019 for DC Extended Universe with the directors, including Matt Reeves, James Gunn, planning to work on Batman and Suicide squad. Likewise, Cathy Yan is working on Birds of Prey and Patty Jenkins will be back next year with a new adventure named Wonder Woman. Fans have to wait for the updates of Aquaman 2 as the shooting will begin in mid-2022 and Aquaman 2 will not be shooting before 2021. Jason Momoa Amber Heard is going to repeat their roles as a new ruler of Atlantis Arthur and Mera. According to Variety, Warner Bros is going to start shooting in Aquaman 2 in 2021. If everything goes according to plan then the movie starring Jason Momoa will go in front of a camera in a year. It will be a long way with rough shooting schedules in mind and hopefully, Warner Bros has a great plan for the Sequel.
It is not at all clear whether James Wan will partake in this movie and execute the producer role like his Conjuring series. It is expected that he may return, but for now, it’s not clear that Warner Bros and DC have signed the deal for James Wan to shoot Aquaman 2.
The production team has decided to start shooting in mid-2021 that provides Wan and the team sufficient space to make changes in the sequel and its extensive visual effects for promotion. This update shows that Wan’s scheduled agenda is for a couple of years. He is presently busy shooting an original horror movie named Malignant.
However, Wan may have to promote Malignant next year, so he has to complete that before returning to Atlantis. Momoa states that the sequel is going to be amazing as the audience is expecting more excitement in the sequel. That may be the reason why Wan has to take time and plan before heading to produce the film. The author, David Leslie, has ended a story for a sequel so Wan is in an excellent position to properly shape the shooting. Waiting for four years nowadays is a lot for a movie, but because of the Aquaman’s popularity, the audience will still be hyped for the sequel.
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