It seems that James Wan is ready to return to the kingdom of Atlantis, and not alone for the next sequel to AQUAMAN. It was announced today that Wan will be executive producer of Aquaman: King of Atlantis, a three-part animated miniseries that will premiere on HBO Max, the next WarnerMedia broadcast service.
Aquaman: King of Atlantis will begin when Arthur Curry takes “The throne of the underwater kingdom for the first time and discovers that it is not easy to be in charge, especially with a half brother trying to take Atlantis for himself, the inhabitants of the surface that cause problems under the sea and the ancient evils that threaten the danger perpetually. If Aquaman is going to prove that he is the right king for the job, he will have to learn some new skills and rely on the advice offered by the scholar Vulko and Mera, the princess who controls the water and who is also the hero. , again love interest.“Sarah Aubrey, original content director for HBO Max, said:”This DC property is a fan favorite, rich in familiar characters and dynamic stories. Immediately after the great blockbuster of Warner Bros. Pictures, we are sure that Aquaman: King of Atlantis will be an exciting addition to our solid list of children’s and family programming.“It is not known if Jason Momoa will lend his voice to the project, but I imagine that could be a possibility given the connection of James Wan.
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Warner Bros. has already programmed the sequel to AQUAMAN for a December 16, 2022 launch, but James Wan is also developing an AQUAMAN spin-off with Trench, the terrifying amphibious creatures that were seen attacking Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and Mera (Amber Heard) in AQUAMAN.