The final trailer for “Aquaman” is already out

The final trailer for "Aquaman" is already out

Aquaman (2018) is destined to be one of the biggest hits in the box office this upcoming Christmas season. Or at least that’s what the producers are expecting, and that’s why they hired a director with a big set of blockbusters on his back like James Wan to be in charge of the movie. The idea is that Aquaman (2018) get back some of the credibility for the DC super-heroes series that has been dilapidated with Suicide Squad (2016), Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) and Justice League (2017), and was recovered a little bit with Wonder Woman (2017).

The movie centers on Arthur Curry, who learns that he is the heir to the underwater kingdom of Atlantis, and must step forward to lead his people and to be a hero to the world. This is the birth of Aquaman, to become a member of the Justice League. Jason Momoa plays the title character, and is accompanied by Amber Heard, Dolph Lundgren, Nicole Kidman, Patrick Wilson, Randall Park, Willem Dafoe, Graham McTavish, Djimon Hounsou, Temuera Morrison and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II in this aquatic epic. Leigh Whannell, a frequent collaborator of James Wan, has a small cameo as the pilot, which could already be seen in the first trailer.

The estimated $160 millions of budget of Aquaman (2018) are reflected in the spectacular final trailer released yesterday by Warner Bros., and published on the official Twitter account of the movie, @aquamanmovie. Its director James Wan, always very active in social media, also shared the trailer on his own account @creepypuppet citing that “you gotta see this film on the large screen format – more information and detail – for a truly immersive experience”. Well, if you concur with Wan, know that Aquaman (2018) is scheduled to open in the USA the 21st of December, although in some other territories it is coming out earlier. Be sure you check your regular movie theaters and billboards for more information.

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