|Directed by||:||James Wan||Produced by||:||Peter Safran, Rob Cowan||Based on||:||David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, Will Beall||Starring||:||Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, Willem Dafoe||Production company||:||DC Comics,DC Entertainment,Panoramic Pictures||Country||:||United States|
Aquaman is a 2018 DC Comics,DC Entertainment,Panoramic Pictures. If you are watching the calendar of premieres of superhero films, you will know that one of the two films that are ahead of us this Christmas is Aquaman. The solo movie of the King of Atlantis, DC Comics' underwater superhero and founding member of the JLA, is one of Warner Bros.'s big bets to successfully continue his campaign at the box office against Marvel Studios after the lukewarm reception of the League of Justice. In many ways, the premiere of the next three films based on DC Comics characters will determine the future of these characters in the cinema. That is, the aforementioned Aquaman, Shazam! and Wonder Woman 1984. (the movie of the Joker we do not count it, since it has another look different from that of the superheroic genre per se). In many ways, Aquaman can determine the advertising investment, but also the treatment of future superheroes (and supervillains) of DC Comics in the cinema. While the animated films of DC are still recognized as the best of the genre today, the real action productions do not quite convince unanimously neither the public nor the critics, divided between those who hate them and those who defend them. with cape and sword, leaving to those who maintain a critical and weighted spirit in minority.