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Jason Momoa and Patrick Wilson Join Forces to Preserve Atlantis in the Latest ‘Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom’ Trailer

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom

DC Studios has unveiled the highly-anticipated trailer for “Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom,” marking the final DC film to hit theaters before the new and revitalized DC Universe, spearheaded by James Gunn and Peter Safran, takes shape. This sequel welcomes back Jason Momoa in the iconic role of Arthur Curry, also known as Aquaman, our ruggedly muscular hero. Additionally, Patrick Wilson reprises his role as Orm, who serves as both Arthur’s half-brother and occasional adversary. Notably, he’s also quite rugged and muscular.

In the 2018 blockbuster “Aquaman,” Arthur Curry embarked on a perilous quest to acquire a legendary trident and assert his claim to the throne of Atlantis. His mission was to thwart his brother Orm’s declaration of war against the Surface World. As fans will recall, Aquaman successfully thwarted Orm’s war plans, resulting in Orm’s imprisonment beneath the ocean’s depths. However, in this latest installment, the two must form an uneasy alliance to confront the returning and vengeance-driven Black Manta, portrayed by Yahya Abdul-Mateen II.

The dynamic and intricate relationship between the two brothers takes center stage in “Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom,” adding depth and complexity to the sequel. Director James Wan has teased, “Orm was a villain in the first film, but this time around, Arthur needs him to stop a vengeful Black Manta from unleashing a powerful ancient evil.” Alongside this captivating storyline, viewers can look forward to exploring stunning new underwater realms within DC’s aquatic universe, reminiscent of the breathtaking visuals that graced the previous movie.

Rise of the Octobots in ‘Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom’

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The trailer introduces a colossal contraption known as an “Octobot,” originating from the enigmatic Lost Kingdom. This Lost Kingdom, the seventh underwater principality formed from the sunken remnants of Atlantis, had mysteriously vanished, as previously mentioned in the first “Aquaman.” The film appears poised to maintain the entertaining and whimsical spirit of the DC cinematic universe. And when it comes to embracing the absurd, look no further than Arthur’s adventure riding Storm, his gargantuan domesticated seahorse. If that sentence alone doesn’t pique the curiosity of audiences, it’s hard to imagine what could be more enticing.

In addition to these exciting elements, the movie will see the return of Amber Heard as Mera, Dolph Lundgren as King Nereus, and Temuera Morrison as Aquaman’s father, Tom Curry. Notably, Jason Momoa recently reprised his role as Arthur Curry in “The Flash,” sharing the screen with fellow DC luminaries Ben Affleck, Michael Keaton, and Gal Gadot. However, when asked about potential appearances by Batman or Batmen in the movie, director Wan remained tight-lipped during a recent interview with EW.

“The tricky thing early on was not knowing whether ‘Aquaman’ would come out first or come out after ‘The Flash.’ So, we just had to be prepared. At the end of the day, the best thing I would say about this movie is that it is not connected in any way to any of those films. That’s the bottom line. You’re going to have to wait for the movie to come out.”

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” is set to hit theaters on December 20. You can watch the trailer below: [

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