Aquaman 2, the sequel to Aquaman, is currently in production. The movie is set to release on December 16th, 2022, and stars Jason Mamoa as Aquaman. With a cast list of other A-list actors such as Amber Heard and Willem Dafoe, it’s safe to say that this will be one blockbuster hit!
Updates on Aquaman Sequel:
The movie is set to release on December 16th, 2022, with Jason Mamoa as Aquaman.
With a cast list of other A-list actors such as Amber Heard and Willem Dafoe, it’s safe to say that this will be one blockbuster hit!
The sequel has been in production since June 2019 where they filmed scenes at Warner Bros Studio Leavesden outside London, which were supposed to take place in an aquarium but were later changed due to water restrictions. This movie features a new villain who we don’t know the identity of yet.
The cast is set to return except for actress Dolph Lundgren who has exited Aquaman due to schedule issues.
Jason Momoa will be reprising his role as Aquaman, and Nicole Kidman, Amber Heard, Willem Defoe, Patrick Wilson will also star in the sequel.
The Aquaman sequel has been given a release date; for December 16th, 2022, where Jason Mamoa; returns once again, as Arthur Curry, aka Aquaman! This movie features; a new villain. We don’t know the identity; of yet. But it’ll still have an all-star cast; from previous movies such as Nicole Kidman (Mera), Amber Heard (Orm’s wife Mera), Willem Dafoe (Nuidis Vulko), and Patrick Wilson.
In 2022 Aquaman II releases on December 16th, which is only a few months after the original movie was released in theatres this past January 11th- some of us are still recovering from that hangover!
The movie takes place after Aquaman II’s events which unfold in 2022, whereas the original Aquaman was set during World War I, so we’ll see a lot more awesome futuristic technology from sci-fi movies like Avatar or Blade Runner 2049! The plot itself won’t be revealed until nearer to release, but it’ll still have an all-star cast with Nicole Kidman, Amber Heard, Willem Dafoe, and Patrick Wilson reprising their roles as Mera (Amber Heard), Queen Atlanna (Nicole Kidman), Nuidis Vulko (Willem Dafoe) and King Orm (Patrick Wilson), respectively.
The Cast of Aquaman 2:
The sequel features an all-star cast returning with Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry/Aquaman, who also starred in Justice League back in 2017. The other stars include Nicole Kidman as Mera alongside Amber Heard playing Orm’s wife Mera – these two actresses respectively played Wonder Woman and her sister Princess Diana when they were on the other side of this universe. Dafoe will be returning as Nuidis Vulko, and Patrick Wilson is playing Orm.
The cast of Aquaman II will include a lot more actors from Game of Thrones than the original film, so we can expect to see Gwendoline Christie as Aquaman’s wife Mera; Nathalie Emmanuel as Atlantis’ advisor Vulko; Mackenzie Crook as Atlanna’s adviser Nuidis Vulko and The Office star Ellie Kemper alongside Dafoe in the role of Queen Atlanna!
After taking on his father, King Nereus, for control of Xebel, Arthur Curry, faces off against his brother; Orm, with help from Patrick Wilson; who plays him in this sequel – or a prequel; if you go by release date chronology.
The events of Aquaman II; will take place after those in the first film, which centred on Arthur Curry’s struggle; to save Atlantis; from a coup led by his brother Orm (Wilson). Who wanted control of the throne and would willingly destroy humanity; with their technology if he got it. In this sequel or prequel, depending on release date chronology, we’ll see him face off against his brother, once again with help from Patrick Wilson, playing himself as both King Nereus for Xebel and also as Orm. No word yet on whether they’ll be switching sides this time around, though! It is thought that Mera will play an important role too since she was never seen at the end of the first film.
Is Aquaman 2 worth watching?
This is a difficult question to answer. Aquaman II has not yet been released, so we can’t say for sure! The first film was generally well-received by critics, and it’s unlikely that the sequel will be bad as long as they keep what people liked from the original – namely Jason Momoa in all his shirtless glory. It also seems like there could be more depth in this one compared to the last, which might make it interesting too if you didn’t enjoy Aquaman I much but are still interested enough to watch its sequel.
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