What’s wrong with the CGI in Aquaman 2? The latest DC films have caused a lot of controversy regarding the visual plot and effects.
Aquaman 2 hasn’t escaped the CGI controversy. The sequel couldn’t escape the recent trend of negative digital effects that, in the eyes of many viewers, has plagued The Flash and the DC Universe. Although the new story of the King of Atlantis looks very promising and the film involves a crusade against the villain Black Manta, the first footage released after a long time without updates has raised concerns. The story must take place underwater. And this is where things get complicated for some viewers.
In Xsome DC Comics fans are wondering if Aquaman2 is about to deliver the same shoddy CGI for which the Ezra Miller film became famous. These doubts arose after the premiere of the official trailer, which showed some moments where the underwater scenes were not as attractive as they should be. Especially when it comes to the characters’ faces, as in the case of Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) and Atlanna (Nicole Kidman) in Aquaman 2. This led to comparisons between The Flash and James Wan’s film.
The memory of “The Flash” is still very much alive among people
He Aquaman 2 trailer CGI It was compared to The Flash because Barry Allen’s first solo adventure in the DCEU went viral due to its minimal use of digital effects throughout its duration. But things got even more serious in the sequence of Multiversal cameos. Since it’s a DC Multiverse story, “The Flash” decided to bring back several heroes from previous films for a major cameo sequence that should be one of the most talked-about moments of the year. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Each one was worse than the last. Let’s hope Aquaman 2 doesn’t end up like this.