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The hype train for Batman v. Superman left the station months ago and we’ve been juggling heroes and villains ever since. One of those heroes that we still don’t know much about is Jason Momoa’s Aquaman, but now we have a better idea of what he'll look like.
With Jason Momoa set to finally bring the King of Atlantis to the DC Extended Universe in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, he has some words for the would-be Aquaman dissenters.
Aquaman and Wonder Woman have been teammates in the comics for decades, but only now that we’re finally seeing them in live action together. Well, the actors playing them, anyway.
Bruce Willis is set to get back into the comedy game, reteaming with the writers of Cop Out to make an untitled film that will feature him back as a private detective. But while it looks like this is Willis' vehicle to steer, he is being joined on the project by a pretty great supporting cast.
After yesterday’s report on Aquaman’s status in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, it’s being reported that Suicide Squad will explain how he got in his predicament, and it involves fighting a gigantic villain.
While we have heard bits and pieces about Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) and Aquaman (Jason Momoa) in the run up to next year’s release, we didn’t exactly know how other members of the Justice League would fit in. Until now.
The hiring of Wan furthers the studio’s recently stated mandate of handing superhero projects to artists and filmmakers who will bring their own style to the genre… and not just plugging in guns-for-hire with nothing new to say. This could be a daunting task for James Wan. At least it looks like he has Jason Momoa’s blessing from the onset.
The search for someone to fill the Aquaman director’s chair is finished, as Warner Bros has chosen Furious 7’s James Wan for the job.
The idea of an Magnificent Seven remake was initially met with geers and cynism, but Sony Pictures continues to beef up its cast with an all-star ensemble, including new addition Peter Sarsgaard playing a villain.
Despite Aquaman not hitting theaters until 2018, Warner Bros already has their eye on one A-list director to helm the aquatic superhero’s solo movie.
It's pretty rare to see Hollywood movies about cannibals, but a rather star-studded one is now in the works - and what's more, it's apparently a love story. Titled The Bad Batch, the project added Jason Momoa to its cast last month, and now word has come down that he will be joined in the movie by Jim Carrey, Keanu Reeves, Diego Luna, and Suki Waterhouse.
Jason Momoa took the opportunity at a recent comic-con appearance to throw some gasoline on the DC versus Marvel fire.
Remember how we were all shocked by the first look at Jason Momoa's Aquaman hitting the internet last week? Well you're going to love the story behind how not even the man himself knew.
As badass as Aquaman will look in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, it sounds he may not have much to do in the 2016 blockbuster compared to the other heroes.
The King of Atlantis has arrived! No matter what grievances you might take with this new look, Aquaman bodes great things to come for the DC universe.
Over the last year or so, director Zack Snyder has used his personal social media pages to drop images of his Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice cast. First came Ben Affleck's Batman, next came Henry Cavill's Superman, and then last July there was Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman. Today he has introduced the world to Jason Momoa's Aquaman:
In addition to leading the Aquaman solo film, Jason Momoa will also be one of the main members of the Justice League, which would be exciting for any actor, but the role is also important for another key reason.
Zack Snyder and Jason Momoa have been promising us a more badass take on Aquaman than many of us are probably expecting. Basically, if you were expecting a traditional, blonde look from this iteration, don’t get your hopes up. In fact, Momoa has squashed those thoughts even more.
An email from within Sony Pictures Entertainment suggests that Warner Bros. and DC have recruited indie director Jeff Nichols to direct Aquaman.
It’s slowly becoming clear that Aquaman is being set up as a big player in the DCCU, possibly on the same level as Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman, a.k.a. the DC Trinity. This weekend further proved that, as Momoa has revealed the length of his contract over at Warner Bros.