Aquaman 2 wasn’t affected “too much” by The Flash’s DCU reset

Aquaman 2 was hardly affected by the events of The Flash.

Aquaman 2 was hardly affected by the events of The Flash.

On June 16, the latest DC superhero movie, The Flash, hits theaters. This is a time travel film set to disrupt the events of the DC Extended Universe. Michael Shannon’s Zod is brought back to life after his death in 2013’s Man of Steel. Some have wondered if the events of this film will have any bearing on what we see in the upcoming Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom film.

However, Aquaman 2 director James Wan has confirmed that this will not have any major impact on the film.

“I had to make adjustments all the time. “The DCU went through a lot of different versions, and one of the challenges with this film was keeping track,” Wan said The Hollywood Reporter. “Fortunately, the Aquaman universe is quite distant from the rest of the world. We’re visiting a lot of different underwater realms that aren’t necessarily related to what’s happening with the other films and characters, so we’re on our own in that regard. That way I can just tell my story without being influenced too much, but at the same time I have to be aware of what happened.”

When is Aquaman 2 coming out?

Aquaman 2 is slated for release on December 20, 2023 by Warner Bros. Pictures. It stars Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry/Aquaman, who is forced to save Atlantis from devastation after an ancient power is unleashed. The film features many returning cast members from the first film, including Momoa, Amber Heard, Willem Dafoe, Patrick Wilson, Dolph Lundgren, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Temeura Morrison, and Nicole Kidman.

The film was originally scheduled for a December 16, 2022 release before being pushed back to March 17, 2023 and then to December 25, 2023 before receiving its current release date.