AQUAMAN AND THE LOST KINGDOM: Jason Momoa Teases Comic Accurate Makeover As Amber Heard Shares Training Video

Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom has started shooting in the UK, and Jason Momoa has teased a comic accurate makeover for his Arthur Curry, while Amber Heard is showing off her acrobatic skills...

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Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom started shooting in June, but lead star Jason Momoa has only just arrived in the UK to begin work on the DC Comics sequel.

In an Instagram post announcing his arrival, the actor revealed that his hair will be dyed blonde for the movie - a sign that we could be getting a slightly more comic accurate version of Arthur Curry in the Aquaman follow-up. We're not expecting Momoa to shave his beard to play a clean-cut version of the Justice League member, but that sure would be quite something to see! 

In related news, Mera actress Amber Heard is also hard at work preparing for Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, and she took to Twitter to show off her acrobatic training. Complicated rigs are used to create the impression these characters are underwater, so this is likely a big help. 

Momoa has been heavily involved in this movie and should receive a credit for the screenplay. 

It's probably going to be a long time before we receive any sort of official first look at Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, but chances are we will get something at DC FanDome this October. That could be a behind-the-scenes featurette or something along those lines, though a very early teaser trailer is certainly a possibility. For now, we'll just have to wait and see. 
 

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