You don't have Aquaman to kick around anymore — not if
On Friday, the "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" director, who is currently shooting in Detroit, called in to the local talk radio show "Stoney and Bill" to defend the seafaring superhero from "disparaging" remarks — and also teased that the character could make an appearance in his upcoming movie, as has been rumored.
"Aquaman has some cool abilities," Snyder said on the show. (A representative for Snyder confirmed to The Times that the voice is his.) Many people, the director said, think Aquaman's powers consist mostly of talking to fish. To the contrary, "He's super-strong," and he wields a trident "that could actually cut the flesh of Superman."
Snyder, who said he was on his way to set, coyly added, "Not to say he's in my movie or anything like that.... He has the potential to be badass, that's all I'm saying."
While plot details for "Batman v. Superman" have been shrouded in secrecy, actor
Warner Bros. has big plans for a cinematic universe based on DC Comics, and recently announced nine such movies — as yet untitled — to be released through 2020.