“I know what it feels like”: Zack Snyder Sympathizes For Jason Momoa’s Aquaman 2 That Is Troubled With Reshoots And 2 Different Batman

Zack Snyder expresses his sympathy after reports of Jason Momoa's Aquaman 2 being troubled with reshoots, states he knows how it feels like.

"I know what it feels like": Zack Snyder Sympathizes For Jason Momoa's Aquaman 2 That Is Troubled With Reshoots And 2 Different Batman

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  • Zack Snyder, the creator of Aquaman, has personal experience dealing with reshoots and last-minute storyline changes in the DCEU.
  • He sympathizes with the movie's troubles and understands how it feels, as he was involved in the casting of Jason Momoa as Aquaman
  • Director James Wan, who directed Aquaman 2, is happy to have the movie ready for release
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Zack Snyder knows how reshoots feel, for he has had personal experience dealing with them. As a filmmaker, he is also more than aware of last-minute storyline changes and the behind-the-screen troubles with Warner Bros, having carried the DCEU for years.

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Zack Snyder (@zacksnyder | Vero)
Zack Snyder (@zacksnyder | Vero)

Now as the last of the DCEU movie, Aquaman 2 is set to release soon in theatres, the man behind DC’s cinematic universe was recently asked how he feels about the movie being riddled with reshoots and 2 different Batman casting. While sympathizing with the movie, he calmly said he knows how it feels.

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Zack Snyder Sympathizes With Jason Momoa’s Aquaman 2

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (2023)
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (2023)

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Zack Snyder was the one who cast Jason Momoa as Aquaman and was even involved to some degree in giving shape to the character that we know today. His imprint on the character and storyline is visible throughout the first movie, and fans naturally credit him for making the character ‘likable’ (via MovieWeb).

However, its sequel and the last movie in the DCEU, Aquaman 2, has been stuck with reshoots, negative press, and even fan boycott campaigns. As somebody who is more than aware of what goes on sets of WB, Zack Snyder was recently asked about how he feels about the movie’s trouble during an interview with MensHealth. And he replied,

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“Am I relieved? Well, I get anxiety just because I know what it feels like. It’s too personal for me to feel anything like that. The movie’s probably fine. I mean, I don’t know. Who knows?”

While he did not elaborate on this, it is certainly true he might feel anxious because he underwent a similar experience while shooting Justice League. As for Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, the sequel to the billion-dollar-grossing first movie, the director James Wan is happy to have the movie ready for release, finally.

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James Wan Excited For Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom

director james wan (image via flickr)
Director James Wan (image via Flickr)

Despite describing the experience of shooting the sequel to his blockbuster Aquaman movie as ‘living in a house that’s being renovated’, director James Wan is happy to finally have the movie released after having gone through so much trouble. While speaking to the Empire Magazine (via The Direct), he stated,

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“I’ve been on this movie for four years now, and I’m so happy for it to come out. In many ways I think it’s even more fun than the first one. But it’s been a long, exhausting process. It is definitely the noisiestmovie I’ve ever worked on.”

Despite acknowledging that the shoot was full of challenges, Wan maintained that it was necessary to ‘filter out the negativity and focus on the film’, since ‘in 20 years, no one will remember the noise, Only the movie’. He further added that he was happy to have people react positively to the movie.

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom will hit the theatres on December 22, 2023.

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