Trivia: When Atlantean King Orm tries to coerce the Fishermen Kingdom to join the war in this film, Orm calls the Fishermen leader by the name "King Ricou"; this was a tip-of-the-hat to Ricou Browning, the stunt swimmer who played the Gill-Man in underwater scenes for the 1950s "Creature from the Black Lagoon" trilogy.
Trivia: On the coffee table is the H.P. Lovecraft book, "The Dunwich Horror." In it, one of the main characters travels to the town of Arkham, a reoccurring town in Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos, which is where DC Comics got the name for Arkham Asylum. In some versions of the Aquaman comics, Black Manta was an orphan at Arkham Asylum.