As production began for Aquaman in Australia, James Wan was quick to announce the news via Twitter and also shared a photo from set. But as one of the biggest DC project under the studio- it was time they officially unveiled details regarding the standalone film.
Warner Bros. put out an official statement announcing the start of production for Aquaman. The studio published a press release confirming all cast and film crew for the project. Furthermore, it also provided details on its locations as well.
The release confirms roles of new cast Yahya Abdul-Mateen II for Black Manta, Dolph Lundgren for Nereus and Nicole Kidman for Atlanna. Furthermore, as of now, the film crew has begun with the “Principal photography” for Aquaman.
James Wan’s “behind-the-scenes” team was also proudly announced in the release. Director of photography Don Burgess and Editor Kirk M. Morri, known for being part of The Conjuring project are back to work along with other talented artists for Aquaman.
Most of the filming will take place in the Gold Coast of Queensland, Australia. But there will be extensive filming at Villiage Roadshow Studios as well.
Aquaman releases on December 21st, 2018. Zack and Deborah Snyder from Justice League are executive producers for the standalone DC project long with Jon Berg, Geoff Johns and others. The studio also shared a new poster with Aquaman’s logo. Readers can take a look at it above in the featured image.
Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry, the Atlantian superhero and Amber Heard as Mera have played a prominent role in the upcoming Justice League. The DC film releases on November 17th this year.
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