Aquaman: BTS video showcases how makers pulled off the amazing action scenes and underwater visuals

The BTS video of Aquaman movie gave an insight into the amount of manpower and efforts that went in creating astonishing visual effects, action scenes of the movie. Check out the video right here.
Aquaman BTS video showcases how makers pulled off the amazing action scenes and underwater visualsAquaman: BTS video showcases how makers pulled off the amazing action scenes and underwater visuals
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Jason Momoa and Amber Heard starrer Aquaman has received an amazing response from the audiences across the world. And now, the BTS video of the movie is doing the rounds on the internet. The video gave an insight into the amount of manpower and efforts that went in creating astonishing visual effects, action scenes of the movie in order to give masses an action-packed visual delight. The video also showcased how the makers faced challenges to create the underwater world.

A few days ago, it was announced that Aquaman has earned more than Rs 6,500 crore worldwide, making it DC’s highest grossing film ever. We have to say that this DCEU's origin story of the half-human half-Atlantean Aquaman has revived DC again. Also, the box office success of Aquaman was quite important for Warner Bros as their last few movies including Justice League were panned by both masses and critics.

During an interview with Gizmodo, director James Wan was asked if Justice League’s failure impacted him while making Aquaman, to which he said that he was completely unaffected. “I wasn’t really affected in any way at all,” Wan said. “I mean I think if there was weird stuff going on and crazy drama behind the scenes people would have reported everywhere.” Talking about other upcoming DCEU movies, soon DC fans will get to see many movies such as Shazam (releasing on April 5, 2019), Birds of Prey (releasing on  February 7, 2020) and Wonder Woman 1984 (releasing on June 5, 2020). Have you watched Aquaman? If yes, what are your views? Let us know in the comments section below.

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