‘Aquaman‘ is bound to give crowds a radical new perspective at the sea world, and it would appear that they’ve conveyed that into the present reality as well.
The official Twitter account of Aquaman tweeted out a video, which thanks the different fans who partook in the International Coastal Cleanup that happened a month ago. You can look at the post below.
Thank you Ocean Heroes for joining #Aquaman and @OurOcean at the International Coastal Cleanup. To continue protecting our oceans, visit https://t.co/HISH9mQuNQ pic.twitter.com/bykZfX6Mz0
— Aquaman Movie (@aquamanmovie) September 18, 2018
A few fans have viewed the campaign as quite magnificent, as it helps through the title character’s craving to preserve the sea. As fans found in Justice League, Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) doesn’t favor of how people dirty the seas.
That is something that his half brother Orm (Patrick Wilson) will share. Director James Wan discussed it, too.
“It’s so rooted in the environment and that’s what Orm hates. He hates how we treat one another, treat the planet with so little regard. And the idea here is that all the crap from the surface world literally rolls down to him and his people. And he’s just sick of it.”
Actor Patrick Wilson echoed the sentiments, as well.
“He’s kind of an eco-warrior. He’s got a very clear gripe with the surface world, which has been polluting his oceans for centuries. And that’s something for me — I’m sure for you too — that’s very easy to understand. If somebody was just constantly polluting our air and ruining how we lived…”
Aquaman is set to be a different kind of film, as director James Wan has said before.
“I didn’t set out to make a horror movie. That’s not what this is about. It just so happens that you’re dealing in a world that is beautiful, magical, but at the same time, you know, scary as well.”
“People are terrified of the ocean because they don’t know what’s down there. There’s all these creatures that live down in the ocean that are dangerous to humans.”
Aquaman hits the theaters on December 21.
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