Since the launch of the very First Aquaman trailer, it seems that we have already seen too much of James WanS incursion in the Extended universe dc. The decision to launch a huge five-minute trailer in October 2018 was ambitious and potentially worrisome for the film's marketing campaign.
That look extended in Arthur CurryThe dual worlds serve as a much-needed confirmation that both the coast and the depths of Atlantis will be vibrant and rich in ways that many previous DCEU films have not been. However, do all those scenes, which include a lot of cheeky banter and glorious CG animation, slow down the prospects of this final release of the trailer?
In my opinion – as well as Wan – absolutely not. Because I like the idea of being continuously convinced that this mashup of show and humor will work unequivocally. Fortunately, each one Aquaman The trailer has surpassed its predecessor. Now that these teasers have reached their final form, the images are reproduced in a more concise way and charmingly never
Watch the new final trailer of Aquaman down.
Wan's films always have a sense of otherworldly escapism about them; even the bloodiest and most spooky of his projects is permeated with a safe aesthetic and visual cues with style that are immediately immersive. Aquaman Take that particular Wan trend and elevate it several notches. What we have now is a visual feast; Fortunately, with enough pathos and empathy to remain resonant. We are going to decompose everything together.
Is there a better way to open a trailer than with a Nicole Kidman narration? The place begins with what is essentially a quick fire version of the story of Arthur's origin. His mother, Atlanna, tells him warmly the story of the "fall" of the city of Atlantis, waiting to rise again at the hands of fate.
It is very easy to be continually conquered by several iterations of little Arthur. Here he looks especially optimistic and with wide eyes. Probably have no idea that soon will be the teddy bear with the giant fork.
Seeing this image (and other similar ones as the trailer progresses) of what looks like a golden age of Atlantis over water adds a definite wow factor to the film. I wonder if these scenes will be included in a finished movie, filled to the brim with current dilemmas and adversaries. That said, a flashback or a sequence of dreams to the cinematographic narrative of Amazonian history in Wonder Woman It is a safe speculative bet.
The trailer does a good job of establishing character growth and relationship dynamics through a series of comparative cuts. "This is the exact place where (Nuidis) Vulko gave me my first swimming lessons," Arthur tells Mera (Amber Heard). Immediately, Willem Dafoe puts young Arthur in his place and stimulates the first hints of his Atlantean abilities: well, "instincts".
The graphics have already been more than commendable, until now. However, the moment Arthur really accepts his underwater capabilities, a whole new world opens up for him and the public.
Time for a training montage! Swim between sparkling corals and jellyfish, jump between the waves with dolphins and perfect the art of fighting with a trident (or a quindent, for Jason Momoa) does wonders to take us along the journey through the fantastic story of Arthur's coming of age.
In a short time, Momoa returns to Arthur's shoes as "the protector of the depths", raising an entire submarine (an example of the underwater piracy of David Kane / Black Manta, perhaps?) To the surface. He pronounces a line that possibly suits well to a closer movie. However, it still complements the ongoing journey of this smile almost well. Despite having personal objections for being the only true leader, Arthur is more than prepared to prevent the greedy machinations of mankind from invading the water.
From the depths of the sea to the arid dunes of the desert, getting in tune with the search for Arthur and Mera in search of the trident of the Atlantic king is easy. We are constantly treated with magnificent color palettes and shot compositions. This is really one of the most delightfully beautiful DCEU movies. He is still on track to overcome Wonder Woman in that department
When finally encountering King Atlan's hologram, Arthur and Mera face the truth of the inexorable power of the trident. The sequence actually develops as a more detailed centerpiece in the extended trailer released earlier. That particular version also includes a series of quips between the duo. In contrast, this final spot is based more on a history of cautionary lineage than on levity, which in my opinion works better.
Patrick Wilson& # 39; S Orm makes a tangible and ominous appearance in full suit as the worst case. On the one hand, this shot would serve as a more unpleasant throwback to the bluish-gray shades of DCEU's darker offers. However, it works quite well in this admonitory environment. This guy is about to wash the vitality that Aquaman It promises and we can not have that!
"The time has come for Atlantis to rise again." Wan's generally pleasant personality in many Wan collaborations vanishes to become a pure threat in Aquaman. His hair is still quite funny, but the boy travels by mosasaur. It refers to scary businesses.
Vulko and Mera have a plan for Arthur, however. We have already seen it set in motion, but this is an excuse to launch a mandatory joke. This quick reference to both Arthur's arrogant nonsense and Vulko's patient mentoring is a nice touch.
"A war is coming to the surface, like it or not," says Orm. This submarine boat could be another of the technological beasts of Black Manta. There are still no signs of Yahya Abdul-Mateen II.
This is one of the most remarkable action sequences in the entire trailer. The stunning choreography and visual effects work together perfectly to produce a skirmish on the high seas that is purely entertaining.
That does not mean that what is at stake in this battlefield does not seem very high. (This photo also gets bonus points for being my favorite in the whole trailer).
Finally, we are face to face with Black Manta. He is all dressed up in his strange and captivating disguise, ready to shoot some intense lasers at our heroes. So far, the trailers really make it look good, and on top of that, Black Manta could present a legitimate threat to Arthur's path to self-discovery. As the second formidable enemy in AquamanRepresentative of the excess of humanity, I hope that this character corresponds to the inevitable family drama of Arthur and Orm.
Morrison morrison makes a quick appearance as Thomas Curry, ready to offer a much needed talk to his meditative son.
And as a fantastic reminder of how rude the Queen of Atlantis really is, we can not just leave her sitting and telling popular stories. Atlanna protects your home with all your strength.
Morrison's encouraging voice is still happening, and it is logical that any mention of "our two worlds" also include a photo of Black Manta without a suit and too human. It is likely that he is preparing an onslaught on Atlantis with his elegant and absolutely beautiful submarine.
Like the war wages of Arthur and his comrades from all fronts, Mera can kick his ass in his own right. In the last trailer, in the last trailer, appears more moderately opposed to Arthur, compared to the previous one, but this is really his time to shine as an unadulterated warrior.
"What could be bigger than a king?" "A hero". There are lots of fascinating and vivid screenshots to choose from in this trailer. As the images wrap around the end of their two and a half minutes, many of these shots are superbly rendered action scenes. So, instead, I'm choosing to focus on one more parallel drawing between two Arthurs, because that's the emotional core of the movie at the end of the day. Its maturation in time makes the final revelation …
… of the King of Atlantis and his classic golden and green suit even more rewarding.
Capture Aquaman in theaters on December 21.