The DC Comics character Aquaman became a genuine hit in 2018 thanks to Warner Bros.’ Aquaman movie, which made over $1 billion at the global box office. Arthur Curry/Aquaman will be reunited with various DC Comics components in the 2023 sequel Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. Jason Momoa will reprise the role. Little is known about the Lost Kingdom but the actor’s reaction continues to hype up the movie.
Aquaman is one of the most liked films from the Dc franchise after the Batman Trilogy. fans can’t wait for the release of the new Aquaman movie .In a recent conversation with GQ, Momoa spoke about how the movie will be and teased in the conversation that it is going to be a lot funnier than its first film.
It’s been great. It’s been fun going back into the world of Atlantis, and I hang out with the group and the gang and, you know, and ultimately continue with the story, the world that we created in the first one.” During the movie’s earlier CinemaCon presentation, director James Wan gave an explanation.
When an ancient power is unleashed in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, Aquaman is forced to form an uncomfortable alliance with an unlikely partner in order to save Atlantis and the rest of the globe from irreparable destruction. Jason Momoa, who plays Aquaman, Patrick Wilson, Amber Heard, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, who plays Orm, and Randall Park, who plays Stephen Shin, will all be back for the sequel.
Pilou Asbaek, a former Game of Thrones cast member, has also joined the cast in an unspecified role. Jani Zhao will play the new character Stingray, Indya Moore will play Karshon, and Vincent Regan will take over for Graham McTavish’s character Atlan from Aquaman.
With this movie, you know, we were able to embrace new technology, where we literally captured — and it’s not motion control, it’s not face capturing, it’s literally putting like 100 cameras on the actor and capturing the performances — and then took what they do and then applied that to a 3D versions of themselves, but their performance drive this 3D character,” Wan said.