Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is reportedly undergoing reshoots

Let's face it, Aquaman isn't exactly the most thrilling character in the DC universe, no matter how good of a casting choice Jason Momoa is.

If you happened to catch The Flash at the movie theaters this weekend, you're probably scratching your head over what we can only describe as a puzzling Aquaman cameo during the end-credits scene (what's the deal with that, right?) Well, hold on to your tridents, because rumor has it that the appearance of the Atlantean king has spurred reshoots for the upcoming Aquaman sequel.

Jason Momoa, who just made his epic debut in the Fast & Furious universe, took to his Instagram stories to share some behind-the-scenes photos from the set of Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.

This has audiences buzzing with speculation that the film might be undergoing some reshoots. Considering the reactions the film has received from test screenings, reshoots might not be such a bad idea, after all.

Reshoots won't magically fix all the film's presumed issues, but they can definitely turn a potentially terrible film into something watchable, perhaps even enjoyable. Just look at Star Wars: Rogue One. The unforgettable Darth Vader massacre scene? Yep, you guessed it: a reshoot.

A new era of superhero films from Warner Bros. is about to be ushered in by James Gunn and Peter Safran. With full control over DC Studios, they have the power to save a troubled franchise or become mere cogs in an unstoppable machine.

The duo can no longer hide behind the mistakes of the past leadership, which means once Blue Bettle makes its silver screen debut in two months, fans will uncover whether the promised 10-year plan for the new DCU is a true departure from the flawed DCEU or just a rebranding in disguise.

Darth Vader's epic rage in Rogue One has been hailed as one of the greatest moments in the Star Wars saga.

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom swims into theaters on December 20, and all we can do is keep our fingers crossed that the rumored reshoots will have transformed what has been described as "one of the worst DCEU movies" into something worth our hard-earned money.

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  1. I have heard nothing but negative things about the Lost Kingdom, my hopes for this being good are dead and buried.

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