While a sequel to 2018's hit Aquaman has long been announced, the condition of DC Films has recently shifted considerably.
The first film was released at a period when the DCEU was doing well at the box office and had some type of direction.
The sequel will now be released in three months and has only recently received its first trailer.
The trailer looks excellent, presenting the stunning realm of Atlantis and continuing the story established in the first film.
Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) is now King of Atlantis and married with a kid, but he is being pursued by the ruthless Black Manta (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II).
Because of the impending confrontation, Arthur will join forces with his brother Orm/Oceanmaster (Patrick Wilson).
Although Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom has a direct connection to the first film, which was the sixth entry in the DCEU,
its place in the narrative is a little skewed. This is due in part to the release of The Flash.
In an interview with Deadline, Safran highlighted Aquaman as one of the DCEU films he loved, along with four others,