It’s going to be a world that you have never seen before!
Originally pencilled for Oct 5 release, the final release of the upcoming Aquaman movie has been pushed back to December 21, 2018. While Warner Bros. didn’t give any reason for making this shift, it’s widely speculated to be a strategic decision since Christmas releases are known to make loads of money. It’s a no brainer that the studio wanted to make the most of this lucrative holiday season. Harry Potter, Rogue One and Avatar, were all released in December, and became commercial hits.
The movie is directed by “The Conjuring” Director, James Wan, while Jason Momoa, best known as Khal Drogo in “Game of Thrones” will be seen playing the King of the Seven Seas. Much of the cast has been finalized with Amber Heard as Mera, Aquaman’s wife, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as the villainous Black Manta, Temuera Morrison as Arthur’s father, and Nicole Kidman as Arthur’s mother.
DCEU has a lot of expectations from “Aquaman”. It has invested quite a lot in creating the cinematic experience that’s yet to be seen on the big screen. With an ocean full of adventures, heroic characters and profusion of different worlds, all coming together, Aquaman has the potential to bring out something novel and unique on the table for future film-makers.
For those who are yet to explore the dynamics of the sea world, the below plot summary will help you have some idea of what the movie is about:
The film is about a superhero from the sea, who can telepathically communicate with all sea creatures, is caught between a rock and a hard place when the creatures of the sea want to revolt against the surface world.
Get ready to encounter the adventures of the defender of the Earth’s Oceans. Happy Fishmas!