Warner removes New Gods and Aquaman derivative from his calendar

A Warner Bros. announced that it will not continue the production of New Gods and the derivative of Aquaman, The Trench (Or Ditch, in free translation). In the statement, revealed by THR, the studio thanked the directors for their participation. Ava DuVernay e James Wan |, by the screenwriter Tom King and the producer Peter Safran, and ensured that they will remain involved should these projects be resumed in the future.

“As part of our DC list, some titles in development including New Gods and The Trench will not continue. We thank our partners Ava DuVernay, Tom King, James Wan and Peter Safran for their dedication and collaboration during this process and look forward to continuing to partner with them in other DC stories. The projects will remain in your skilled hands if they are continued in the future ”, said the statement.

The Trench was in the process of creating the script. The film would be written by Noah Gardner e Aidan Fitzgerald, would not have the presence of Aquaman (Jason Momoa) or Mera (Amber Heard), and would focus on bringing the atmosphere of horror to the DC Universe.

The film of the New Gods would have direction from DuVernay (Condemning Eyes) and script by comic artist Tom King, who worked with these characters in the award-winning HQ Lord Miracle. Little was revealed about the plot, which would present the pantheon of characters from the Fourth World created by Jack Kirby. In addition to heroes like Orion and Lord Miracle himself, the director revealed that the film would have the presence of Darkseid and the Female Furies. At OmeleTV we speculate how the Apokolips commander would return to the cinema after the Snyder Cut from Justice League, check below:


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