The idea additionally cites some behind-the-scenes pictures from a prior DC Fandome match depicting some form of jungle-like environment in “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom,” in addition to the straightforward indisputable fact that Skartaris might be thought to be a type of “Lost Kingdom” inside of DC Comics mythology.
As u/AtroeMartian admits, it is a little skinny, and there are even some compelling issues in opposition to Skartaris having a central function within the movie: “Granted there [are] a excellent few issues in opposition to me. For one, the rumored villains have not anything to do with Skartaris [Karshon, Necrus, and Mogno] and there are different BTS panorama photographs that do not truly resemble Skartaris.”
However it is nonetheless a fascinating idea to imagine, and if Skartaris finally ends up no longer being the “Lost Kingdom” of the name, a secret underground realm populated by means of dinosaurs and cavemen is usually a nice environment for a streaming sequence, possibly targeted at the persona Warlord, even though he does not finally end up making his display debut within the upcoming “Aquaman” sequel.
Enthusiasts will in finding out evidently what this “Lost Kingdom” is when “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” hits theaters on December 20, 2023.