Warner Bros. has confirmed that production of “Aquaman” began yesterday. The studio has released the first photo from the movie to create excitement among fans. Director James Wan will be shooting the film primarily at Village Roadshow Studios. The whole team will travel to Thailand to shoot several action sequences. According to a Warner Bros. spokesperson, “Aquaman” will swing into theaters on December 21, 2018.

“Aquaman” is being produced by Warner Bros. and Peter Safran, with Deborah Snyder, Zack Snyder, Jon Berg, Geoff Johns, and Rob Cowan serving as executive producers.

‘Aquaman’ is based on a DC Comics character

It is one of the most anticipated movies.

“Aquaman” is based on the popular DC Comics character of the same name, and the sixth film in the Dc Extended Universe. Geoff John has written its story and dialogues, and the cast includes Jason Momoa, Yahya Abdul-Mateen, Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson, Temuera Morrison, Dolph Lundgren, Willem Dafoe, and Nicole Kidman.

Production

In 2004, FilmJerk reported that Peter Riche and Sunrise Entertainment's Alan had plans to bring “Aquaman” to the big screen in collaboration with Warner Bros. However, production could not begin due to budget issues. Finally, in July 2010, it was reported that shooting started at Leonardo's Appian Way. A Warner Bros. representative told The Wrap that the studio is discussing more “Man Of Steel” films and a “Batman” movie. Filming will also take place in Sicily, Tunisia, and Newfoundland.

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The DC Extended Universe (DCU) is an international franchise of superhero movies, by Warner Bros. Pictures, based on the characters that appear in different publications of DC Comics.

So far, the film series has grossed more than $3 million at the domestic and international box office.

The movies are directed and written by talented and skilled individuals and feature top actors, including Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher, and Ben Affleck. After the success of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” Warner Bros. president Jon Berg and DC Comics CEO Geoff Johns were appointed to co-run the DCU film franchise.

The most prominent movies are “Wonder Woman,” “Justice League,” “Aquaman,” “Shazam,” “Cyborg,” “Green Lantern Corps,” “Batman,” “Gotham City Sirens,” “Flash,” “Man of Steel,” and “Krypton.”

At the 89th Academy Awards, a movie titled “Suicide Squad” received two Academy Awards.

It was also developed by Warner Bros. The studio has released dozens of movies and financed several television series, including “Krypton.”