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One of those heroes in Justice League: Part One will be Aquaman, and behind the scenes, actor Jason Momoa is showing off the half-human/half-Atlantean’s body ink while speaking out on a current issue.
Part of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was laying the groundwork for the Justice League movies and introducing new characters. One were beyond stoked to see more of is Aquaman, and here's why.
Aquaman is rarely at the top of the list of anybody’s favorite comic book characters but he’s still one of the most well-known names in the genre. Even those who don’t know comic books well can tell you who Aquaman is, and what his primary superpower is.
While this weekend’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will introduce both Batman and Wonder Woman to the DC cinematic universe, it wall also be the coming out party for a handful of other heroes. One of them is the much maligned Aquaman.
While the rest of us normal people have to wait a few more days before we can finally see Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice the film has had its world premiere, which means that the stars are ready to start talking about what comes next.
Although we went over the basic highlights of Zack Snyder’s Justice League picture yesterday, we thought we’d go deeper today with the main Easter Eggs on display in the photo. Take a look!
While the Aquaman movie is still a couple of years away it’s been part of DC cinematic plan for quite some time. Now we finally have some details about who the character really is and what he'll be doing.
So far Jason Momoa (duh) is the only actor confirmed for 2018’s Aquaman, but now Warner Bros is apparently eyeing this actress for one of the leading roles.
Few details have emerged about what to expect from 2018’s Aquaman, but we may have an idea who the King of Atlantis will do battle with, and it’s someone literally close to home.
Despite Aquaman’s prominent theatrical presence in the near future, this version of the character is still very much a mystery. But Jason Momoa revealed more information about what to expect from the cinematic King of Atlantis.
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.