The First 'Aquaman' Trailer Is Here
The Aquaman trailer is finally here:
The upcoming DC movie stars former Game of Thrones' star Jason Momoa as Aquaman. The trailer was shared by Warner Bros at this years San Diego Comic-Con.
Momoa shared a short clip of himself atop a cliff somewhere in Hawaii yesterday in which he thanked fans for their support, before jumping off the cliff into the water below, swims down and retrieves a phone which he shows to the camera to reveal 'trailer tomorrow'. Pretty dramatic.
TRAILER TOMORROW. #Aquaman - in theaters December 21. pic.twitter.com/AOkKMZudLI
- Aquaman Movie (@aquamanmovie) July 20, 2018
Naturally, fans were very keen to get their first look at the new flick:
LET'S GOOOOOO!!!!!!! Tbh I have probably never been so hyped for a trailer in my life. Yes that includes The Force Awakens and Infinity War... pic.twitter.com/KnmFipTQfb
- DingusBringus (@DingusBringus) July 20, 2018
And now it's finally here, they're even more excited:
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As well as Momoa, Aquaman stars Amber Heard, Willem Dafo, Partrick Wilson, Nicole Kidman and Dolph Lundgren. Solid cast.
It tells the origin story of Aquaman - a half human, half-Atlantean named Arthur Curry (Momoa).
Plot details are still under-wraps but speaking to DC All Access earlier this year, Momoa did appear to confirm a long-standing fan-theory about Aquaman and Superman having crossed paths before.
"In Man of Steel, when Henry [Cavill] is saving the oil rig and he's holding that up, and all of a sudden he kind of floats up on the ocean," Momoa said.
"He's [director Zack Snyder] like 'I had Aquaman save him so that they did cross paths at one point'. So then when Bruce goes 'You ever heard of...Superman?' I have met him and we have crossed paths."
The film hits cinemas on 21 December, which is shaping up to be a pretty busy day for movies, with the Transformers spin-off Bumblebee and Will Ferrell's new movie Holmes & Watson also being released that day.
Featured Image Credit: DC/Warner Bros
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