‘Aquaman 2: The Lost Kingdom’: London Recordings Officially Ended

Through Instagram, Jean-Paul Ly, a member of the stunt team of ‘Aquaman 2: The Lost Kingdom’, announced that part of the recording of the sequence has already ended.

Ly is part of the group that was working in London, while the main cast is preparing to head to Hawaii to complete the exterior scenes of the new film.

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In the publication, Ly appears celebrates the end of production with colleagues.

In the caption, she quotes the tag #JasonMomoa as one of the colleagues I’d like to celebrate with.

For those who don’t know, Momoa was removed from recordings indefinitely after being infected with Coronavirus.

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“Closing party for the recordings of ‘Aquaman 2′ with the brothers, I wish you were here #JasonMomoa.”

Upon Momoa, the star was shooting in Hertfordshire, England, and the diagnosis was discovered during routine testing of the cast and crew.

After that, the Warner Bros requested that the star fulfill the isolation until he is fully recovered.

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A source linked to the production told the portal that Momoa OK, but the diagnosis will definitely delay production.

“Happily, Jason he is doing well and is now serving his isolation and being monitored by a medical team. But it’s a real headache for those responsible for the film, as the schedule will suffer delays. Of course everyone’s safety comes first and we are constantly being tested.”

Anyway, the source guaranteed that the scenes that do not have the presence of Momoa should be performed normally.

“We hope that new cases do not recur. Everyone is rooting for the recovery of Jason to get him back to the set as quickly as possible. Until then, only supporting scenes and without the main cast will be recorded.”

So far, it has not been revealed whether other team members were infected with the disease.

please note that ‘Aquaman 2: The Lost Kingdom’ has a premiere scheduled for December 16, 2022.

For now, there are still no details about the plot, but it is certain that the film will continue to expand the relationship between Arthur and Mera (Amber Heard) as they venture into new dangers across the seven seas and across dry land.

Besides Momoa e Heard, the cast counts on the return of Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Dolph Lundgreen e Temuera Morrison.

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Released in 2018, ‘Aquaman‘ collected US$1.148 billion around the world, becoming one of the biggest financial successes of the DC in partnership with the Warner Bros.

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