The first glimpse we get of the full underwater city of Talokan is breathtaking, but that barely scratches the surface, leaving us to hope that we’ll see more in the future. White explains in the interview that Talokan is much bigger than what we see and that the team created a full history of their people, even before they took to the ocean. “Talokan is a massive, massive city and it has multiple cities that are around it as well,” White said. “[T]his was my first Marvel project, but as we first got on, there was a production bible of just Talokan, and it was 200 pages full of their history, their tools they built, their architecture, the influence, how they traveled through Central America.
“It’s amazing how extensive that story was that they had created,” he continued. “It may go by in like four minutes or so, but they’ve thought through so much, even as we first joined in. Just like everything, the culture — very extensive.”
Until we can pause the film when it premieres on Disney+, we may not have seen every detail, but every little thing contributes to the overall feel of the film and the city of Talokan.
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