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We all should be excited for Batman v Superman: These two characters Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and The Flash (Ezra Miller) will have an expected cameo and I'll cannot wait. Charles Roven -- Executive Producer on Batman v Superman -- he sat down with The Wall Street Journal and had these comments:

“While each movie stands alone, they’re all part of one long arc of storytelling.”
[Chris Terrio] studied red- and blueshifts in electromagnetic physics to think about the Flash, investigated deep sea biology in the Mariana trench to create the world of Aquaman, and read the Greek historian Diodorus of Sicily’s account of the war between Amazon and Atlantis to better understand Wonder Woman [for ‘Justice League Part One’].

What Does That Mean?

First off, I am very impress with Terrio's dedication to these characters. And this makes me even more excited to see what's going to happen in the upcoming movies. I think we can decipher --- that these movies will follow Marvel-like-Avengers-timeline until after the second Justice League: they will all take place in a timeline that we're all comfortable with. DC has some zany stories about all these heroes and for the time being I think it's smart to play it safe!

Wait, Could DC Be Basing Aquaman's Solo Movie from 'The Trench'?

Now, I know Aquaman lives under water and it makes sense to study of the life under the sea. But what are the chances of seeing the story that changed my opinion of Aquaman's badassery? Let's take a look on why this would be such an awesome idea for DC:

It's Freakin' Cool!

That picture up above explains everything on why it would be awesome to see on the big screen!

It's Aquaman Introduction in the New 52 & Lots of Mera!

She is equally badass compared with anyone of the members from the Justice League! The beginning of the movie will start with an amazing fight scene from those miscreants from under the sea. This will really show-off the prowess of both Aquaman & Mera's powers!

It's Awesome to Kill Monsters & Not People

This guarantees tons of actions and plus still be able to have a strong political message on global warming (I don't know what it'll be). Geoff Johns -- He's the Chief Creative Officer at DC Comics -- wrote this awesome story about Arthur Curry. The Trench will allow development on other characters in Aquaman's life; and they'll be able to really nail what drives Aquaman!

Oh Yeah, is Amber Heard Playing Mera?

Batman v Superman hit theaters on March 25th in the United States!

Source: The Wall Street Journal (via CBM & Screenrant)


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