New Aquaman Image Shows The Council Of Kings

Aquaman first image of Nicole Kidman as Queen Atlanna

Aquaman first image of Nicole Kidman as Queen Atlanna

Queen Atlanna (Nicole Kidman) protects a young Arthur Curry.

New information about the upcoming movie Aquaman has recently surfaced.

After two appearances by Jason Mamoa in both Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League, the king of Atlantis is finally getting his own movie, Aquaman.

The pair square off after the barfly Aquaman is brought undersea by Mera (Amber Heard) because Orm "has his sights set on declaring war with the surface world".

For the record, Atlanteans can talk underwater, despite using special air bubbles in Justice League.

The new images reveal our first look at the characters Black Manta, King Orm/Ocean Master, Vulko, Mera, and Queen Atlanna.

Aquaman star Nicole Kidman as Atlanna
EWAquaman star Nicole Kidman as Atlanna

The latest DC film will have its trailer premiere at Comic-Con next month, director James Wan announced on Twitter.

Personally speaking, I love how accurate Black Manta's prototype mask looks to the comics. It was once thought that he would be the main villain in Aquaman, but that title will instead go to Arthur Curry's half-brother Orm, who is played by Patrick Wilson.

And here's villainous mercenary of the high seas and "ruthless treasure hunter" David Kane, aka Black Manta, played byYahya Abdul-Mateen II, who will face off against the denizens of Atlantis.

"Aquaman", which also stars Willem Dafoe, Dolph Lundgren and Patrick Wilson, will hit theaters on December 21. Even though they're just stills without any heavy visual effects in place, you can see the potential the movie's underwater scenes have to be visually stunning.

James Wan teased the character in an interview with the publication saying: "He's part mercenary but full-time pirate who in his suit will look like some insane alien from outer space".




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