Aquaman 2 release date revealed by Warner Bros.

Aquaman 2 release date has been revealed by Warner Bros. According to the reports, the release date is going to be in December 2022. Yes, the film is going to release 4 years after the release of the first movie. The first appearance of Jason Momoa as Aquaman was in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. But he got full coverage in the Justice League by Zack Snyder. But James Wan’s Aquaman was the real movie which gave all the required information to become familiar with the character of Aquaman.

Aquaman 2 release date revealed by Warner Bros.

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The first solo DC movie of Jason Momoa and James Wan went through mixed reviews. But still, it was able to gross around $1 billion at the global box office. As a result of the positive feedback from the first film, the release date for Aquaman 2 is now announced which marks the return of Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry aka the Aquaman. According to THR’s Borys Kit, the Aquaman 2 release date is going to be December 16, 2022. This means that the movie is certain to hit the box office exactly 4 years after the release of Aquaman. James Wan and Peter Safran will be producing the film along with David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, writing the script.

The fans are excited for the Aquaman 2 after the success of the first movie. The story for the sequel is still not known. But the first movie’s post-credits scene showed Black Manta to be the possible major antagonist of Aquaman 2. Though more information about the character Aquaman can be showed in the sequel as the first part was just about the origin of Aquaman.

There is still time for Aquaman 2 to hit the theatres. Hence, there are chances that Warner Bros may take steps to improve the DC movies. Maybe they change the director for the Aquaman’s sequel. So, keep your eye on the incoming news. Subscribe to our website to stay updated about all news related to DCEU.

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