Aquaman star Jason Momoa says he understands whether Batman star Ben Affleck and Superman star Henry Cavill move from a common DC Films universe.
"If you are both outside, then listen: this is just the place they are in your career. I mean, how much did Henry do? He made three?" Said Momoa HuffPost. "I, I think, like you want to continue. I mean, if I did … sh-t, I did three."
Momoa joined Warner Bros. & # 39; DCEU in 2016 Batman in Superman: Dawn of Justice, which made him a water superhero before joining Affleck, Cavill and Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot in the group that took part in 2017 Judicial League.
Now headlines Aquaman under the director James Wan, and a contract for at least another DC Comics film has been concluded.
"I mean, Henry wants to expand something," Momoa said. "Ben is an incredible director who has age, and he probably did enough. I do not know how to speak on behalf of them, but I had the time of my life[on[on[on[onJudicial League]. "
Momoa added that Cavill "totally 100 percent Superman for me" before he commented that he was deeply in Afflecka, who named Momoa as a "phenomenal director".
Cavill later shared a cryptic video that suggests his five-year term as Superman is not yet complete, while Cavill manager Dany Garcia wrote on Twitter: "The ass is still in his closet" and the studio "was and continues to be our partners as they develop DC Universe. "
Warner Bros., responding to the state of the statement issued through Hollywood Reporter, said only "no decision on any upcoming Superman films", adds that the studio "has always had a lot of respect and good relations with Henry Cavill, which remains unchanged."
Since then, the star has entered the Netflix series Wizard and he would be obvious for the next James Bond when Daniel Craig will leave this role.
Affleck, meanwhile, has long been linked to a coke exit because he has not yet committed himself to any future DCEU Judicial League, the worst performer of any DC Films project ever.
In October, it was reported that Warner Bros is actively looking for a new player who will replace Affleck, who he said was interested in repeating the application at least once.
This report was published after August said that Afleck in the industry, which then deals with alcohol addiction, is likely to need to be replaced due to the high insurance costs needed to cover the star on already expensive productions, such as solo Matt Reeves Batman or potential Judicial League continuation.
June record THR argued Batman focuses on the younger Batman, preventing the 46-year-old Aflck from hearing the picture that he will not play with a limited role, while the younger player enters a married story.
The Aquaman the future is bright – a continuation is likely as the film Wan-director reaches the biggest opening day in China for Warner Bros, which is ready to collect a hefty boxer – but solo films with Momo's Judicial League Co-stars Cavill and Flash star Ezra Miller reportedly lost the momentum in the studio.
Aquaman, in which Momoa, Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Dolph Lundgren, Willem Dafoe and Nicole Kidman play theaters on December 21st.