‘Aquaman’ Director James Wan Helped Direct Part Of ‘The Nun’

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Aquaman James Wan Comic-Con Justice LeagueIn a recent interview, The Nun director, Corin Hardy, revealed that Aquaman director James Wan helped him direct some of the film.

In the interview, Hardy had nothing but praise for the Aquaman director and talked a bit about how he helped with some of the second unit work and helped with shooting some portions of the film:

Very excitingly, James Wan was my second unit director in a little bit of additional photography. It is funny, but we did some additional photography, and you’re always pushing for double what you really can afford, time- or budget-wise. I said, ‘I want to do all of this, but if we’re going to do it, we really need to run two units.’ James is a full-on, hands-on guy and he was like, ‘Anything I can do of service!’ It was like, ‘I really want to take you up on that.’ So, there were nights when he was shooting a section in the forest and I was shooting interiors.

From the sound of things, James Wan tries to do everything at once!

Before directing major block busters like Furious 7 and the upcoming Aquaman, Wan directed and/or produced a number of horror films. These included the Bloomhouse produced Insidious films and the first two installments of The Conjuring. The Nun, co-produced by Wan, is the latest spinoff from The Conjuring films and is set to be released in September. A full crossover of the two franchises is currently in development.

James Wan’s current project, Aquaman is set to debut in theaters on December 21st of this year. The film stars Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry, Amber Heard as Mera, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta, Patrick Wilson as Orm, Dolph Lundgren as Nereus, Temuera Morrison as Thomas Curry, Nicole Kidman as Queen Atlanna, Willem Dafoe as Nuidis Vulko and Ludi Lin as Murk. Here is a plot synopsis for the film:

From Warner Bros. Pictures and director James Wan comes an aciton-packed adventure that spans the vast, visually breathtaking underwater world of the seven seas, “Aquaman,” starring Jason Momoa in the title role. The film reveals the origin story of half-human, half-Atlantean Arthur Curry and takes him on the journey of his lifetime—one that will not only force him to face who he really is, but to discover if he is worthy of who he was born to be… a king.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

‘Justice League vs. The Fatal Five’, ‘Batman: Hush’ & More Teaser Posters Revealed

Batman-Hush-Cover-ArtThe Death of Superman comes out today and teaser artwork for Batman: Hush and DC Entertainment’s other upcoming original animated films have surfaced.

DC Entertainment announced their upcoming slate for the DC Universe Animated Original Movies at San-Diego Comic Con a few weeks ago. The slate includes Reign of the Supermen, expected to come out early 2019. Followed by Justice League vs The Fatal Five in the spring. The adaptation of Jeph Loeb’s Batman: Hush in the summer and Wonder Woman: Bloodlines, a sequel to the animated 2009 film. Now, teaser artwork has surfaced for the upcoming films which you can see below:

Reign of the Superman

The Death of Superman features the voice talents of Jerry O’Connell as Superman, Rebecca Romijn as Lois Lane, Rainn Wilson as Lex Luthor, Rosario Dawson as Wonder Woman, Nathan Fillion as Green Lantern, Christopher Gorham as The Flash, Matt Lanter as Aquaman, Shemar Moore as Cyborg and Jason O’Mara as Batman, Rocky Caroll as Silas Stone and Patrick Fabian as Hank Henshaw.

“When a hulking monster emerges from an underground resting place and begins a mindless rampage, the Justice League is quickly called in to stop the colossal force of nature. But it soon becomes apparent that only Superman can stand against the monstrosity that has been nicknamed Doomsday. Battling their way throughout America, the two fight to a standstill as they reach the heart of Metropolis. Going punch for punch, Superman finally ends the threat of Doomsday as he throws one last punch and collapses forever.”

The Death of Superman is out Blu-ray & DVD today!



 


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