Swamp Thing: James Wan Reacts to Show's Cancelation

For reasons that still aren't entirely clear, DC Universe's Swamp Thing was cancelled after its first episode airedAquaman director James Wan, who executive produced the show, is now mourning the series' cancelation while encouraging fans to watch the remaining episodes.

Wan responded to the news on Instagram, saying, "Don’t really know or understand why #Swampthing was cancelled, but I can tell you this — all the cast and crew, and producing/writing team poured their hearts into this. Really proud of everyone’s hard work. Go watch episode 2, and immortalize these 10 episodes. Swampy deserves it."

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Despite its early cancelation, Swamp Thing will still air the remainder of its episodes. Overall, the show was met with a lot of positive reviews, so its exact future remains unknown at this time.

Following the monumental box office success of Aquaman, Warner Bros, has hired him to helm the film's sequel. He'll also produce The Conjuring 3 and the upcoming Mortal Kombat film adaptation.

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New episodes of Swamp Thing hit DC Universe on Fridays. The show stars Crystal Reed, Andy Bean, Derek Mears, Jennifer Beals, Henderson Wade, Will Patton, Virginia Madsen, Jeryl Prescott and Kevin Durand. The series is executive produced by James Wan, Mark Verheiden, Gary Dauberman, Michael Clear and Len Wiseman.

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