Jason Momoa’s Aquaman is going to set the DC Extended Universe “on the right path”, in case anyone was worried it would be another flop.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, the Aquaman team said they’re feeling confident about the upcoming superhero movie.
“James [Wan] has done an incredible job with his team,” Warner Bros film chief Toby Emmerich said.
“The film is taking you to a different place and imagining the underwater world in a way you haven’t seen before.”
One of the film’s producers, Peter Safran, also promised “great action” and “a lot of great humour”, adding that “it works on so many levels… it’s a testament to James’ unique vision”.
“I think it’s an extraordinary step in [the] DC Universe that sets it on the right path,” he continued.
And DC Entertainment president Geoff Johns revealed: “The underwater stuff has never been executed like this before.
“The visual effects shots coming in are just beautiful. James can switch modes from horror to big bright colorful action to really emotional scenes. He’s so able to hit all these different genres.”
Earlier this year, Warner Bros confirmed to Digital Spy that DC’s latest outing will be released in the UK on December 14, instead of December 21.
There’s also been positive word already about Aquaman from its first test screenings, though even early screenings of Suicide Squad saw the movie get some high praise.
Aquaman is released in cinemas on December 14.
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