Earlier during San Diego Comic-Con, Jason Momoa revealed the first teaser trailer for Aquaman. Recently, Pursue News was able to get its hands on a set photo captured during the filming of the Comic-Con teaser and other snaps and a set video of a different scene from the DCEU film.
The video from Pursue News’ source which (courtesy to bigfootkam and b1gr1g) features a bunch of rescue life rafts floating with extras playing as submarine crew members in the water tanks at Village Roadshow studios. A few moments later, it looks like an incoming attack from underwater pulls all the rafts to the other side. Fans can also notice the cameramen underwater filming the sequence.
The video comes from the same user who uploaded the set video featuring Mera blowing off a beer.
It’s possible that the attack in the video is from none other than Brother Orm (played by Patrick Wilson) and his army. If we speculate further, the army may have attacked one of the Submarine’s underwater on the order of Orm. Fans can check out the video below.
Readers can also take a look at the aerial shot with two old men on a boat. The film crew can be seen filming the Aquaman Comic-con trailer that is yet to be released for the masses.
Earlier on Thursday, a tweet from Aquaman Shrine revealed that the film is on schedule to wrap principal photography in Australia by the end of September. Reports claim that the film crew would head to Italy to continue filming.
Before packing up, fans in Brisbane and Sydney will get a chance to meet Momoa as the actor is a special guest for the upcoming Oz Comic-Con.
Aquaman hits the big screen on December 21st, 2018.
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