Miraculously, 2018's underwater comic book plot, Aquaman, was far from the disaster many expected, with the pop-up film as one of the best-reviewed exits in the DC universe. One of the highlights of the film, and a scene that got stuck in many minds long after the credits finished showing, features Aquaman and Mera, a love interest, escaping from the horrible trench.
Very quickly, a spinoff set was announced on The Trench, and now co-writer David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick has revealed an interesting detail about the film. The writer has been answering questions from fans on social media, with a fan asking when the mysterious The ditch It will take place in the DC timeline.
"Theoretically, it takes place between 1 and 2. But some parts of this are still being resolved."
For those who may have somehow forgotten, trench escape allows Aquaman director James Wan to take advantage of his affinity for all things horror. The scene features some gruesome takedowns against stunning footage as Arthur Curry and Mera delve deeper and deeper into the lonely red light of a flare revealing that they are surrounded by the terrifying creatures that inhabit the trench.
It's easily one of the best sequences in the movie and it should come as no surprise to anyone who has seen why The ditch It was cast as a horror-infused spin-off, and the film is reportedly much more of a monster movie than a superhero movie.
Although he could not reveal more details, Johnson-McGoldrick has now confirmed that the plan is to The ditch take place among the first Aquaman and the next sequel. The events of the film are likely to take place separately from the larger events of the film. Aquaman movies, but of course no one knows at the moment.
Johnson-McGoldrick was also asked about the progress being made in the long-awaited Aquaman 2, and the writer confirmed that, despite the chaos caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, he and James Wan are still working on it. .
"It's going well! I'm texting JW about the script draft right now, I think you're going to dig it!"
He also mentioned that, although they do not intend to adapt any specific type Aquaman In the comics arc for the sequel, the couple is drawing inspiration from a particular time period in the comics, with a particular focus on one of DC's key villains.
"Hmm … Good question. We won't take any particular comic story and adapt it, but if you want to know the setting we're after, pick up almost any Silver Age story with Black Manta."
It's been common knowledge for some time that Yahya Abdul-Mateen II will return as the sequel's main villain, but the idea that Johnson-McGoldrick and Wan are inspired by the Silver Age is certainly intriguing and should provide some insight into the tone. and potential themes of Aquaman 2.
With The ditch Y Aquaman 2 There are still a few years to go, and the coronavirus continues to plague Hollywood, it will probably be a while before we receive official details about any of the movies. In the present The ditch it has no scheduled release date, while Aquaman 2 It is scheduled to open on December 16, 2022. This comes to us courtesy of David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick's Twitter Account.
Topics: The Trench, Aquaman 2, Aquaman