AQUAMAN Sequel In Talks

Brunilde Fioravanti
Dicembre 8, 2018

Despite the rocky track record Warner Bros. has had with the DC Extended Universe, the future seems to be pretty bright for their next film, Aquaman.

According to strong early tracking, the film is expected to earn an impressive $65 million in its domestic debut and top Mary Poppins Returns and Transformers spinoff Bumblebee. While not completely off-the-charts, it does seem enough that Warner Bros. pictures Group chairman Toby Emmerich feels like it's worth begin talks of a sequel.

Throughout the movie, it is Mera who guides and trains Aquaman (Jason Momoa) on this new world he's never been a part of, as well as saving his ass on more than one occasion. Reportedly, no writer for the film has yet been hired, let alone a director, but the studio's confidence in the performance of the first film is high, so the sooner the second installment is in the pipeline, the better.

Wan's superstition is perhaps warranted in a Hollywood where franchises can crumble quickly, but for now Aquaman is looking more and more like a safe bet for Warner Bros. It seems like a lot will ultimately hinge on how this is received and how well it performs at the box office.

A low seven-figure salary is still wonderful, since women in comic book movies usually earn somewhere in the six-digit range on their first outing (although technically, Heard had a very small role in Justice League).

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