finally! After the poster, here is the first trailer ‘Aquaman’, and it is amazing. The movie premieres on christmas, and we had not yet seen a breakthrough, something rare for a blockbuster, but its director, James Wan, claiming that not ready to display material due to the great importance of visual effects: now that you’ve seen the trailer, it is understood the decision.
a Launch trailer ahead of time, without having something really amazing, it could have been a mistake. Also have right waiting for you to the Comic-con San Diego, the temple of culture geek and a great showcase for adaptations of comics, in a year where we miss the presence of Marvel Studios, who had nothing to present. In the last editions, the panel of Marvel came after DC and he used to sweep; this time, the clear winner is the Aquaman of James Wan.
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After his presentation on ‘Justice League’, Jason Momoa is now the protagonist of your own adventure, leading a remarkable cast that also includes Amber Heard, Nicole Kidman, Willem Dafoe, Patrick Wilson, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Temuera Morrison, Ludi Lin, Dolph Lundgren and Djimon Hounsou, among others.
Based on the comics created in 1941 by Mort Weisinger and Paul Norris, ‘Aquaman’ focuses on the reluctant ruler of Atlantis, trapped between the world of the surface that sweeps the seas, and the rebellion that threatens to unravel under the depths. In the end, the hero is forced to protect the world…
‘Aquaman’ will be premiered on the 21st of December. As I said, the staging has been the responsibility of James Wan, director of such hits as ‘Insidious’, ‘Expediente Warren: The Conjuring’ or ‘Fast & Furious 7’. Thanks to his promising work with ‘Aquaman’ and the success of Patty Jenkins with ‘Wonder Woman’, the fans return to have hope in the DC Universe after the failure of Zack Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ (more the fault of Warner Snyder, all is said).
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