James Wan is relieved by "Aquaman 2" release date delay

James Wan with his "Aquaman" stars Jason Momoa and Patrick Wilson
James Wan with his "Aquaman" stars Jason Momoa and Patrick Wilson

11 Mar – James Wan seems to be relieved that his upcoming superhero movie, "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom" has rescheduled its release.

Following news that the film will be pushed out of the 2022 line-up for a 17 March 2023 release, the filmmaker took to social media and shared a photo of his work table, which is filled with four different monitors showing four different screens.

Fortunately, James Wan has a big desk
Fortunately, James Wan has a big desk

Revealing that he has been working nonstop day and night to meet the deadline, Wan expressed, "For a movie that is nearly all visual effects, I'm thankful for the extra time needed to craft this thing right. Working with groundbreaking new technology, I'm blown away by some of the early tests coming in. I'm cautiously optimistic and excited, and can't wait to share when the time is ready."

On the other hand, Dwayne Johnson, whose movies, "DC League of Super-Pets" and "Black Adam" are delayed from 20 May to 29 July, and 29 July to 21 October, respectively, is also all positive about the change.

"Can't wait for you and your families around the world to see our movies!!! Love you guys and enjoy," he posted.

Related Movies:
Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom (20 Dec 2023)
Aquaman (13 Dec 2018)
DC League Of Super-Pets (01 Sep 2022)
Black Adam (20 Oct 2022)

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