The “Dream” Of A Seven Kingdom Universe


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Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom director James Wan explains that his dream would be to create “Seven Kingdoms cinematic universe.”

While Aquaman did have some of the baggage of the previous DC Studios movies and all the drama that followed, it felt a little more removed, which was probably one reason it did well. Both of the DC films that did well were removed from that primary timeline either by location [Aquaman] or time period [Wonder Woman]. Much like Blue Beetle, it isn’t so weighed down that it couldn’t slide into James Gunn and Peter Safran’s ideas for the future DC universe. Director James Wan isn’t unaware that these films feel more standalone, and during an event for the trailer release for Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom [via Total Film], Wan explained that he believes there are more places to go.

“The Jason Momoa story as Aquaman definitely has more places to go. The world building is very important,” Wan explained. “We enjoy all the different worlds that no other superhero movies go into. That’s what’s so cool about the Aquaman films: it’s really standalone. It lives in its own universe.


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