Aquaman Returns in Epic New Trailer for Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom:
The King of Atlantis is back! Warner Bros. has released the first official trailer for the highly anticipated sequel Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. Slated to make a splash in theaters on December 25, 2023, the trailer offers fans their first look at Jason Momoa’s return as the underwater superhero.
A New Threat Rises
The trailer opens with stunning shots of the futuristic kingdom of Atlantis. Arthur Curry, aka Aquaman, declares “My people need me.” Referring to the Atlanteans he rules after the events of 2018’s Aquaman. However, there seems to be a new threat facing Atlantis in the upcoming sequel.
We get glimpses of Aquaman in action, leaping from cliffs and swimming at incredible speeds through the ocean. His impressive hydrokinetic abilities are on full display. The central conflict is revealed when Aquaman confronts the Karathen, a mythical leviathan that guards Atlantis. It warns him “The world of men has polluted the waters,” hinting at environmental themes the sequel will explore.
Several new characters also appear in the trailer. A warrior woman covered in blue tattoos could be one of the legendary Sea Peoples of Atlantis. Additionally, a scholarly professor aids Aquaman in deciphering ancient Atlantean clues. Most intriguing is the unnamed villain played by Indya Moore. With their shaved head and haunting white eyes, their identity remains a mystery.
We also get a first look at the fabled Lost Kingdom itself, an ancient underwater city Aquaman and Mera gaze upon. Its archaic Greek architecture hints at the mythical past of Atlantis. The trailer provides plenty of teases without outright spoiling the sequel’s plot. Questions remain about who the main villain is and why Atlantis needs Aquaman once more.
Aquaman’s Triumphant Return
Director James Wan returns after rebooting Aquaman on the big screen in 2018. That film grossed over $1 billion globally, proving the popularity of Jason Momoa’s version of the character. Wan’s horror roots should lend the underwater sequel chilling depths.
Alongside Momoa, Amber Heard returns as the hydrokinetic Princess Mera. Patrick Wilson and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II reprise their roles as Ocean Master and Black Manta. Rounding out the cast are newcomers Indya Moore and Jani Zhao as mysterious villains.
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The King’s Next Epic Adventure
After multiple delays, audiences will finally experience Aquaman’s next solo quest when Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom premieres only in theaters this December. The trailer delivers on the visual spectacle and high seas adventure that made the first film a hit. With James Wan back at the helm, the lost kingdom of Atlantis promises to be an epic sight to behold.
This sequel has the potential to cement Jason Momoa’s Aquaman as one of the DCEU’s most beloved heroes. As the trailer confirms, the sea king’s future is looking as bright as treasure in this must-see holiday blockbuster event.
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