Peter Jackson refused to direct Aquaman twice

To get ahead the prosperous Aquaman director James Wan emerged from the dark waters of horror movies and took over the DC license for Warner Bros. Pictures, something that might not have happened if Peter Jackson was not averse to this genre.

It was the CEO of Warner Bros, Kevin Tsujihara, who proposed the filmmaker responsible for the trilogy The Lord of the Rings that will be responsible for giving life to this character in the comic on the big screen.”He said ‘Are you a fan of Aquaman’ and I said ‘No’,” says the director. “Six months later: ‘Peter, are you a fan of Aquaman?’ and I ‘No, Kevin, I already told you that. “I’m not a superhero, I read Tintin … Look, making movies is difficult, I just want to do things that I feel real passion for.”
Jackson is really focused on his documentaries, they will never get old and the Beatles and he does not plan to return to feature films in the next two years at the very least.We do not believe that Tsujihara be sorry for Jackson’s refusal if we take into account that Wan managed to make the film among the 20 most viewed in history.

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