In a recent interview with Slashfilm, screenwriter Will Beall discussed aspects of the highly anticipated Aquaman film starring Jason Momoa. The new upcoming film is being directed by James Wan (The Conjuring) and while we don't know too much about the film's plot at this point, Beall did talk about the film's actin sayin:
“I can tell you that not all of the action takes place underwater, some of the most fun action in the movie actually takes place on dry land.”
Beall also confirmed that screenplay is not finished yet and that a lot could change over the next couple of months:
“Nope, I am still working on it with James [Wan] and Geoff [Johns].”
He then went on to explain that everyone working on the DCEU films knows where the Aquaman's characters endpoint is in Justice League and where it begins in the Aquaman film:
“No, no, they know what’s happening, everybody knows what’s happening so it’s not that. It’s working out what’s going to make the best movie.”
While all that sounds interesting, and Jason Momoa looks like a badass as Aquaman, I still have my concerns about how the filmmakers will handle the underwater scenes and really make it seem cool.
Aquaman is set to hit theaters on July 27th, 2018.