In DC Comics’ most recent film Aquaman, fans, at last, get the chance to see Arthur Curry in his first solo experience on the big screen as he endeavours to save Atlantis. But, imagine a scenario where the hero is doing more damage than good?

One fan took a look at the film’s plot intently, and they may have verified that Aquaman is more terrible for Atlantis than his sibling Orm.

Generally, Aquaman is a genuinely standard hero’s adventure, as Arthur Curry conquers adversity to triumph over the powers of his sibling. Be that as it may, this Reddit user takes a look at the film’s last demonstration and finds that Aquaman starts acting like a dictator by the film’s end. Here:

[DCEU] Aquaman is a tyrant from r/FanTheories

It stays to be seen what the implications of Aquaman’s activities will be and regardless of whether the unavoidable sequel will investigate the socio-political issues he has fashioned. In any case, the preparation is there, as director James Wan needed a project that would enable him to fabricate a whole world.

“It was very important for me early on to be allowed to make my own film and to have my own voice be in there,” Wan previously told “After Furious 7 and Conjuring 2, I didn’t want to be a director for hire. After Furious 7, that’s kind of who I was to some degree, but after that, I don’t want to be that guy again. So, it was very important for me to be able to bring my own stamp, my own visual aesthetic, create the characters.”

Even though Jason Momoa appeared as Arthur Curry in Aquaman, the kingdom of Atlantis was largely untapped for Wan to flesh out on the screen.

“Even though Jason [Momoa] has somewhat been established Justice League, I wanted to bring his character into this, basically, fresh in a lot of ways,” Wan said. “So it was important for me to obviously pay a respect to where he was left off in [Justice League], but then allow me the freedom to take him to where I want to take him at the end of the movie. My hero goes on this hero’s journey to become someone very different than where he started. That was something that was very important for me. But the movie I want to make, that I was allowed that freedom to do that.”

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