Aquaman sequel confirmed; Warner Bros ropes in original film's writer for next installment
Warner Bros studios has tapped Aquaman co-writer David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick to begin penning a new installment for the franchise. According to The Hollywood Reporter, director James Wan wants to return as producer along with Peter Safran.
It is currently unclear whether Wan would come back to direct. The news came almost two months after the film, headlined by Jason Momoa, released. The movie turned out to earn $1.12 billion globally. It is Warner Bros' first DC movie to pass the $1 billion mark since 2012's The Dark Knight Rises. Johnson-McGoldrick co-wrote Aquaman with Will Beall (Gangster Squad), with Geoff Johns receiving a story by credit along with Beall and Wan. The studio is also developing horror spin-off from the Aquaman series, titled The Trench.
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Updated Date: Feb 12, 2019 14:21:53 IST