Aquaman presents a unique challenge in regards to live-action film making, as the character is from both the surface and from Atlantis. While previous movies have done underwater film making, this would be something entirely unique and special.
This was apparently the reason director James Wan wanted the Aquaman directing job. For he told Cinemablend:
“There are so many superhero movies now; I don’t want to make a superhero movie now for the sake of doing it, but there’s something unique to the world of Aquaman,” said Wan. “There’s a reason why they’ve never made a movie about this until now, because technology has never allowed us to tackle something this complicated. And so because of that it feels like something different, and that uniqueness is what I’m excited about.”
Wan also talked about potential villains, and how he’s excited for them too. “I gotta say, one thing I love about the Aquaman world is all the really different, really interesting characters. They are interesting characters, including the villains — I’m not going to tell you which villains I’m going to play with! [laughs] But they’re super cool. They’re very larger than life, but they’re unique.”
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