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'Aquaman' Director James Wan Stops Using Twitter


Comicbook.com reports Aquaman director James Wan is done with Twitter, at least for now. Using the handle @creepypuppet, Wan can no longer be found on the website. Wan's seldom used Instagram account still remains. Wan has not been confirmed for director of the Aquaman sequel, set for release on December 16, 2022. Wan has numerous projects as producer coming up, including The Curse of La Llorona and the Swamp Thing TV series.

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