Though James Wan has directed a number of sequels to his motion pictures earlier than earlier than — The Conjuring 2 & Insidious: Chapter 2 — he would not wish to make a behavior of it, so there was by no means any assure that he would direct the Aquaman sequel. Whereas talking with IGN, James Wan defined why he sometimes would not like directing sequels and why he determined to return for AQUAMAN AND THE LOST KINGDOM.
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There is a motive why I do not make three motion pictures in the identical collection. It would be fortunate to get me to make a sequel. After which after that, I simply get bored. I wish to do one thing completely different.
“I might say the factor that actually obtained me excited to come back again to it’s discovering a narrative that I believe is worthy and if not higher than the primary film,” Wan added. “And in addition, for me, actually, after I come again to a sequel, whether or not it was for Insidious 2 or The Conjuring 2, and now Aquaman 2 is I helped form and create these characters that I finally fall in love with, and I really feel like I am not achieved with them but. So I really feel like I owe them yet another story from me.” As somebody who had a hell of a number of enjoyable with the primary movie, I can not wait to see what Wan has in retailer for us with the sequel.
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Manufacturing on Aquaman and the Misplaced Kingdom is presently underway in London and James Wan credit screenwriter David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick with discovering a “actually cool story” to carry Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa), Orm (Patrick Wilson), Mera (Amber Heard), and Black Manta (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) again for one more journey. Wan went on to tease that he felt the primary Aquaman solely scratched the floor of the assorted underwater kingdoms, so you’ll be able to count on the sequel to broaden on that world in an enormous method. Aquaman and the Misplaced Kingdom is ready to hit theaters on December 16, 2022.