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Aquaman' Spinoff 'The Trench' in the Works 

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With all the characters they have, they opt to go with these creatures?
That's totally baffling.
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Collector xkonk private msg quote post Address this user
Yeah, weird.
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Collector Noblebeast315 private msg quote post Address this user
Well oddly enough that scene was my most favorite part of the film.
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Well, I do like the fact that they are thinking about a "horror-tinged script." Personally, I doubt this "Trench" thing ever gets made. However, the fact that they are thinking horror gives me hope that we will see a Spectre movie at some point.
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Weird, but I’m all for trying something new. There’s a lot of corners of the comic book universes to explore. We don’t need to stick with just the big characters and origin stories that build up to big fights.
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Originally Posted by Noblebeast315
Well oddly enough that scene was my most favorite part of the film.


I'm not a fan or scenes with dark CGI. I assume it's faster to render the CGI wire frames with a reduced color palette, but I want to see what I'm looking at. I found the scene to be boring. It was too much like other movies that have a swarm of characters attacking the protagonist.
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To each their own. I don’t feel like I had a hard time seeing the creatures, and it was a dark stormy setting. To me this gave it a very unique vibe in the context of the film, which was filled with hand to hand combat action scenes in scenic locations.
I actually think Jason Momoa zipping around the ocean in his designer blue jeans that never seem to look wet was a more ridiculous aspect of the film then the creatures in the film. But then again I might just be a little bias as I am a big fan of creatures and not much a fan of chafing.
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....big fan of creatures and not much a fan of chafing.



lol!!!! I too am a bigger fan of creatures over chafing!
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Originally Posted by Noblebeast315
I actually think Jason Momoa zipping around the ocean in his designer blue jeans that never seem to look wet was a more ridiculous aspect of the film then the creatures in the film.


Yay! I wasn't the only one observing the water special effect overlaid onto things that showed no appearance of being wet.
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COLLECTOR JLS_Comics private msg quote post Address this user
This is a good example of putting the cart before the horse
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