With Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman taking place during the First World War, many fans have been wondering where future projects within the DCEU will fit within the universe's timeline.
Our friends over at CinemaBlend recently caught up with producer Charles Roven, who shared some details on the next superhero solo adventure to be set within the DC Extended Universe - James Wan's Aquaman. The Jason Momoa led film, which is currently filming off the coast of Australia, will be set after the events of Zack Snyder's Justice League.
"Aquaman will make reference [to Justice League]," Roven revealed. "There will be some reference of something that preceded Aquaman that will be in Aquaman. I believe that is the intention."
He adds, "James [Wan] definitely knows where he's going with [Aquaman], and that movie takes place in a world where Justice League happened, and Man of Steel happened, and Wonder Woman obviously takes place before Man of Steel -- except for the bookends we have. So that's where we have the most ability to freeform. We could do a movie that takes place after Justice League, we can do a movie that takes place after Batman v Superman...well not really. You can't do a movie in between Batman v Superman and Justice League, but we can do movies that take place after Justice League and we can do movies that precede Justice League."
So, there you have it, Infinite Earths fans.
Aquaman will pick up after the events of Justice League.
Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice showed audiences that several superheroes had been operating prior to that film, so there is plenty of material for the creative team behind the DCEU to explore with each new chapter of this exciting cinematic universe.
And we can't wait to see where things go from here!
Aquaman opens in theatres December 2018.
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