The hot and talented Jason Momoa captivated the minds of the audience when the movie Aquaman premiered in London. The official release date of the movie will take place on December, 21. However, the ones who have already watched it, the critics to be more specific, have already given their reviews about it. This is expected to be the best superhero movie of the year. Also, it will most probably be the future of the DC franchise.
The movie spoiler plot writes:
Aquaman finds himself caught between a surface world that ravages the sea and the underwater Atlanteans who are ready to revolt.
Momoa, the 39-year-old actor, will be a leading actor of this 2 hour and 23 minutes long film. Alongside him, the list of famous actors who are part of the cast of Aquaman is long. It includes Amber Heard, Willem Dafoe, Patrick Wilson, Dolph Lundgren, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II. The story by Geoff Johns, Wan and, Beall, with a screenplay written by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, will be directed by the Australian film director, James Wan.
IGN movies podcast host Tom Jorgensen praised the movie as “the best DC movie since The Dark Knight.” We can call it quite a high praise actually, especially because Dark Knight is an Oscar and Golden Globes award-winning DC film. Add to this other prizes and numerous nominations.
Check out the trailer below. Don’t miss it.
Source: Warner Bros. Pictures
Because of the purposes and hard work of Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, and director Jason Wan, Aquaman has chances to rise to the top of DC. This comes as a news especially because of DC comics being surprised that this movie was put into a screen. That’s because Aquaman was never quite the gaudiest superhero in the Justice League.
Read some of the critic’s reactions below:
We know it may come as annoying seeing these responses from several people because the film isn’t out today. Yet, it gives us a glimpse of what we are about to receive from this wonderful cast of artists. Until December 11, full reviews of Aquaman won’t be published. Until then, and until you can see the movie for yourself, all that is left for me and you is the thrill of waiting and uncertainty.