Aquaman has been raking in Chinese cash and even getting some acclaim from the critics (somewhat uncommon for DC movies of late), but it surely’s the unlikely reward that the film acquired on Twitter a couple of days in the past that could be an important.
The editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics, C.B. Cebulski, tweeted his admiration of the movie, despite the fact that it was made by the one different writer that may rival his personal. He described it as “such a enjoyable flick,” and mentioned that “the spectacle of all of it made me really feel like a child within the theater.” The editor added that he “cannot wait” to take his nephew and niece to see the “superhero splash,” despite the fact that it is made by what one Twitter person dubbed the Distinguished Competition.
Aquaman has additionally put the cash the place it is mouth is by making some huge cash. It’s one in all DC’s most profitable movies so far (though not domestically) and is predicted to make at the least a billion globally.