Many DC Comics fans are waiting for Aquaman's sequel to see Jason Momoa bring Arthur Curry back to life.
In recent months, we haven't had much news about the movie, among other things because Momoa is so busy protesting the construction of the TMT telescope on Hawaii's inactive Mauna Kea volcano. Momoa attended the premiere of See, the upcoming Apple + series, and gave an interview to Entertainment Tonight, in which he commented that the sequel to Aquaman will be much bigger and that there are a lot of things up his sleeve:
"There are many more things to tell on many levels. It will be much bigger!"
In the same interview, he said that he is very happy with the way he was welcomed by DC fans:
"I'm really excited about the fanbase and what we did with the movie, and I just went to Warner Bros. and told them, 'You know, I have some ideas.' They liked it and James Wan and everyone else are excited about it. make another movie. "
Aquaman 2 is scheduled to premiere on December 16, 2021.
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