Aquaman Archive for Aquaman movie news. There was rumor of a smallville-esque TV series, and a potential screwball comedy (rumored in 2005) but as of 2012 nothing solid is happening on this front.
With the recent image released of Jason Momoa's Aquaman fans all over have given their opinions on the new look of the sea king. Now Peter David, whose run inspired Momoa's Aquaman, gives his opinion on the new look and fan expectations.
There were a few shake-ups among the release dates of Phase 3 Marvel Cinematic Universe movies when Spider-Man entered the fray – let’s take a look at the current state of things with this infographic
Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa talks in detail here about Zack Snyder's big Aquaman reveal, addresses speculation that we met his character in Man of Steel, delves into just how much action we'll get to see him take part in in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and much more...
This week on The Weekly Planet, the team are all about the Aquaman! His new look, his origins, powers and why he's great. Plus we get into X-Men casting, Wonder Woman, Indiana Jones 5 and more. Hit the jump to support the show.
With Zack Synder revealing Aquaman's new look for Batman V Superman a lot has been made of him as a member of the Justice League. So why not hit the jump for a look at why Aquaman is one of the best characters in the DC Universe.
Check out some of the top reactions from the twitterverse to Zack Snyder's first official look at Jason Momoa's Aquaman. Unite the Seven Seas or Unite the Seven Members of the Justice League?
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice costume designer Michael Wilkinson talks briefly here about redesigning the King of Atlantis for the big screen, weighing in on why he and director Zack Snyder had to change Aquaman's look to make him "powerful and relevant" for modern audiences...
Just like the previous images of Batman and Wonder Woman, Zack Snyder unveiled our first glimpse of Jason Momoa as the King of Atlantis with a filter that muted the colours. Click on to check out 2 images that might give us a better idea of how he'll look in the actual movie...
Zack Snyder has unveiled the first official image of Jason Momoa as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice's Aquaman. It's created a lot of debate, with many fans arguing that it's nothing like the comic books. Really? Hit the jump for an analysis of his big screen appearance...
After a considerable amount of buzz surrounding Jason Momoa's role as Aquaman in next year's Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, director Zack Snyder has finally revealed our first official look at the Game Of Thrones actor as the King of Atlantis!
Recently, I've seen some debate on the topic of "Who's run was better?" and "Who should Mamoa take inspiration from?". I want to voice my opinion on the matter. Why? Because I'm Freaking Bored.
Jason Momoa was in attendance at this year's Sundance Film Festival and questions quickly arose about him signing on for the role of Aquaman. Momoa commented on Aquaman's appearance, excitement for Snyder's vision, and "honor" it is to play a superhero that can represent Polynesians.
A brand new clip from Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, which lands on Blu-ray/DVD next Tuesday, has been released featuring Batman & Superman putting their detective skills to good use as they search for the mysterious Arthur Curry.. come check it out!
Some news for you Aqua-fans now, as two new names have emerged to possibly sit the director's chair when the King of Atlantis swims into theaters for his own solo flick. Plus, word is that Star Trek actor Karl Urban is being looked at, possibly to play the villain.
Remember the original Aquaman movie? The one that came out in 2002, was directed by James Cameron, and beat Spider-Man at the box office? Well the universe where that happened is getting a movie!
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment released a new clip from Justice League: Throne of Atlantis yesterday, as well as a few images from the film, which we've included below, but you can also win a ticket to the screening in Los Angeles next month!
It appears as if execs at Sony are privy to more than just the goings on in their own studio as a new set of "Sony Hack" emails reveal who will apparently direct Aquaman for Warner Bros. and that Simon Kinberg is planning a huge Fantastic Four/X-Men team-up movie...
Revealing how many movies he's signed on to play Arthur Curry, soon-to-be Aquaman star Jason Momoa talks briefly about the role, Batman v Superman, and who he'd want to direct his solo movie!
Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones) recently made an appearance at the Walker Stalker Con in Atlanta, and a number of Twitter users have taken to the social networking site to reveal what he had to say about saving the "universe" as Aquaman. He was also photographed with an iconic comic book...
Originally spotted at the New York Comic-Con, Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics have officially released the cover for next January's Justice League: Throne of Atlantis. The movie puts the spotlight on Aquaman, as does the cover. Hit the jump to check it out!
From Batman V Superman, all the way to their last untitled film, hit the jump to check out a break down of all twelve of DC Entertainment's newly announced films in one info-graphic!
Aquaman: king of the ocean and fan favorite everywhere. Ok, maybe not but whether you generally like him or just want to dress up like him for Halloween to be sarcastic, below is a simple costume idea that will not break the bank since most of us do not Bruce Wayne's budget for clothing.
Fans were delighted that Warner Bros. decided to officially announce Jason Momoa as DC's big screen King of Atlantis, but which Aquaman comic characters could be joining him in his 2018 solo adventure? We may have the details on that right here..
Well, it appears as if we can forget seeing Grant Gustin suit up as the Scarlet Speedster on the big screen as Warner Bros. have revealed today - following the unveiling of their DC Comics release slate - that Ezra Miller (The Perks of Being a Wallflower ) will play The Flash.
DC overload! In addition to who will be playing The Flash on the big-screen, Warner Bros. has revealed when to expect two Justice League movies, as well as Aquaman and Green Lantern among many others