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'Aquaman' Sequel Moving Forward With Original Co-Writer

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'Aquaman' Sequel Moving Forward With Original Co-Writer

'Aquaman' Sequel Moving Forward With Original Co-Writer

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It seems the question of whether an Aquaman sequel is moving forward may have been answered with the original co-writer tapped to pen the script.

According to The Wrap, frequent James Wan collaborator David Leslie Johnson McGoldrick has signed on to write the script for the Aquaman sequel.

Johnson McGoldrick co-wrote the script for Aquaman with Will Beall with that script based on a story by Geoff Johns.

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