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With production starting this summer in Australia on Warner Bros.' Aquaman, the supporting cast is now starting to come together. A recent video even revealed that Jason Momoa has begun his stunt training for this superhero adventure. The story is still being kept under wraps, though, with very little revealed about this stand alone film. Over the weekend, director James Wan answered a few fan questions through social media, confirming that the DC Comics character Aqualad will not be a part of this movie.
Last night, one fan asked director James Wan on Twitter if he's looking for an actor to play Aqualad. The director's response was swift and merciless, saying that he is, "Absolutely not at all" looking to cast someone as Aqualad. This confirmation upset some fans, with one even going so far as to claim that the exclusion of Aqualad "crushed" his dreams. The director responded »
After a lengthy break, Young Justice season 3 will be returning for more episodes as confirmed by DC Entertainment. Though we don't yet know where the new episodes will air, previous statements from the show's producers and voice actors would imply that Netflix is likely the show's new home. And with the shift from Cartoon Network to Netflix, it seems the show will finally be able to openly depict Lgbtq characters as a series of tweets from co-creator Greg Weisman seem to imply. However, while initial thoughts would lead most to believe that a new addition to the show would be Lgbtq, Wiseman has previously said that someone already on the show was gay or bisexual but that they couldn't openly depict it due to Cartoon Network guidelines. If it is an existing character, who do you think it is? There have been numerous fan theories and debates but Weisman and »
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