‘Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom’: its director, James Wan, explains the delay of the film

On the morning of the 10th, we woke up with bad news: The premiere of Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is moving its release date from December 16 this year to March 17, 2023. Many people expressed their outrage through social media, demanding an explanation. Well, the film’s director, James Wan, didn’t turn a deaf ear and gave it away.

At Facebookthe filmmaker admits that even if it happens “work non-stop, day and night, at least 15 hours a day” East “grateful for the extra time needed to complete this task”. According to the story, the sequel to ‘Aquaman’ “it’s almost all visual effects” and, despite the fact that so far “I was impressed by the first tests”It is clear that much remains to be done.

The tape is therefore still in the post-production phase: “Honestly, I couldn’t do the December release as much as I love Christmas time. I literally just finished filming 2 months ago, in JanuaryWan writes in a response to reporter Steven Weintraub.

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