Filled with great animation and action scenes, Aquaman is one of the best superheroes produced by DC Universe in the last few years. Aquaman was played by actor Jason Moma in the film. His performance in this film was especially appreciated by the audience. As a result, fans ranked Aquaman among the most popular superheroes. Now fans are eagerly awaiting the second part of Aquaman, but Jason Moma has refused to work in ‘Aquaman-2’. He has informed the fans about his rejection from his Instagram page.
The shooting of ‘Aquaman-2’ was scheduled to start in the next few days in the US state of Hawaii. But Jason Moma has taken part in the ongoing agitation against the ‘Thirty Meter Telescope’ project. So he has refused to act in the upcoming film ‘DC Universe’. The Thirty Meter Telescope is an astronomical observatory. The observatory conducts research on the planets in our solar system with the help of state-of-the-art computer telescopes, but during this research harmful substances and rays are emitted. As a result, the balance of the environment has been disturbed, the locals have alleged against the project. He has also set up a movement to stop experiments at the ‘Thirty Meter Telescope’ observatory. Actor Jason Moma has taken an active part in this movement. He has refused to act in Aquaman’s upcoming film due to his involvement in the movement.
The DC company is currently in financial trouble due to the movies that are constantly flopping on the box office. Also, Aquaman was one of the highest grossing films of the last few years in DC. So the producers were hugely optimistic about this film. But the rejection of actor Jason Moma at the moment of Ain Mokya has now created an atmosphere of confusion among the producers. It will be interesting to see how DC Comic gets out of this mess. It is also a matter of curiosity for the fans whether their Aquaman will meet again or not.
First Published on August 18, 2019 2:41 am
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