'Aquaman' Production Kicks Off In Australia, Set Photos Reveal Heroes Home At Amnesty Bay
Production for DC's "Aquaman" movie had just kicked off in the Gold Coast at Queensland, Australia. Photos from the set have been leaked and it showed some details about the movie, including Arthur Curry / Aquaman's (Jason Momoa) home at Amnesty Bay.
According to a report from Pursue News, the set photos from the movie's production show that the crew is setting up infrastructures that resemble Aquaman's hometown. The Amnesty Bay town is said to be where Tom Curry (Temuera Morrison), Arthur's father, lives.
The town is said to be the place where Tom met and fell in love with Queen Atlanna. After Arthur was born, the queen left her son and Tom to take her place as the Queen of Atlantis. But before Aquaman became King of Atlantis, he lived in Amnesty Bay.
Another photo seems to be showing that the crew is also building the Curry Lighthouse, the place Tom and Arthur lived. This is not yet confirmed, though, as the photo only shows the construction of an identified infrastructure.
Screen Rant reports that the set photos are the only details about the "Aquaman" movie that have been revealed. The film doesn't even have an official synopsis and official photos are likely to be revealed even later.
But these leaked photos of the set somehow give people an idea of what it will be about. Aside from the photo revealing the Amnesty Bay town and the possible Curry Lighthouse, the third leaked set photo shows Terry's Sunken Galleon.
Set photos were not the only thing that leaked about the "Aquaman" movie, as CBR reports that a video from the set also leaked. The video showed an underwater tank that has a blue-screen backdrop.
The water tank will likely be used for filming the movie's underwater scenes. "Aquaman" is scheduled to be released on October 21, 2018, and is directed by James Wan and stars Jason Momoa as Aquaman/Arthur Curry. Check out the official trailer for "Justice League," which is a movie that will debut the King of Atlantis on the big screen.