Marvel's Captain America provided DC's Aquaman director with some inspiration for the film.
Chris Evans on Twitter retweeted an article about a rare jellyfish. There are only a dozen recorded sightings of the creature.
"Only a dozen recorded sighting?!" Evans tweeted. "It's nice to think about how much beautiful mystery is still out there.
"Ahh, yes, thanks for the inspiration," Wan tweeted.
So if Wan ends up adding a pretty jellyfish to Aquaman in post-production, fans will know Evans was responsible.
Jason Momoa stars as Arthur Curry in Aquaman. Momoa played Aquaman in Justice League in 2017. He previously told ComicBook.com a bit about how Justice League and Aquaman compare. Momoa says Justice league was only "a weekend in his life."
"And that was when I was alone," Momoa said. "There's people that I would save, that I could save, and
"You're going to see that I really wanted him to be that gruff
"And how he has to bring these two worlds together. Because you're going to see this ocean world, which we just pollute, and how do these people feel underwater with what the land does to the ocean. And this war that is going to come between the two, and I'm the only one that can link the two. He has to do it. He doesn't want to do it."
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Aquaman opens in theaters on December 21st. Other upcoming DC Extended Universe movies include Wonder Woman 2 on November 1, 2019, Shazam on April 5, 2019, Cyborg in 2020, and Green Lantern Corps in 2020.