Two Action-Packed Clips From AQUAMAN 2


It seems like James Wan and Jason Momoa‘s Aquaman journey might be reaching its conclusion with Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. Momoa himself confirmed that this installment marks “the end” of his DC film series, making his recent comments about the uncertain future as Aquaman not entirely unexpected.

In a chat with Entertainment Tonight, Momoa expressed his reluctance for his Aquaman era to conclude. He admitted, “I don’t necessarily want it to be the end . . . [but] I don’t think it’s really, like, a choice. The truth of it is, I mean, if the audience loves it, then there’s a possibility. But right now, I’m like, ‘It’s not looking too good.’”

Despite the uncertainty, Momoa’s love for the character is evident, and he envisions a longer stint in the role. He shared, “I love this character and [I would want to] play it for a long time. I kind of see where I would want it to go. And even in the next 10 years or so, like there’s a lot of cool things they can do. And I do enjoy the role and the world. So, I mean, it just comes down to if people love it.”

However, it appears that this might indeed be the swan song for Momoa as Aquaman, as he has other exciting projects at DC Studios, notably Lobo, which seems to be garnering more anticipation from fans.

As a bonus, I’ve thrown in a couple of action-packed clips from the Aquaman sequel, featuring an intense showdown between Aquaman and Black Manta. Dive in and enjoy!

In the sequel’s official synopsis, we learn that Black Manta, fueled by the quest for vengeance for his father’s demise, is dead set on bringing Aquaman down. Armed with the formidable Black Trident, he poses a greater threat than ever, unleashing an ancient and malevolent force. Aquaman, in a surprising turn, seeks an alliance with his incarcerated brother Orm, the former King of Atlantis. Together, they must set aside their differences to safeguard their kingdom, rescue Aquaman’s family, and prevent irreversible destruction to the world.

The film boasts a stellar cast, with Jason Momoa reprising his role as Aquaman, joined by Patrick Wilson as Orm, Amber Heard as Mera, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta, Nicole Kidman as Atlanna, Dolph Lundgren as King Nereus, and Randall Park as Dr. Stephen Shin.

Warner Bros. is set to unveil this aquatic spectacle in theaters on December 20th. Get ready for a tidal wave of excitement!

Originally posted 2023-12-18 21:10:47.