AQUAMAN Release Date Pushed Back To Christmas 2018
Warner Bros. has officially announced that Aquaman has been pushed back 2 months from October 5 to December 21, 2018. If that release date looks familiar, it's because it was originally held by 20th Century Fox's Avatar 2 until director James Cameron decided to delay the first sequel to is mega-blockbuster.
It's just been announced that Warner Bros. has pushed the release of James Wan's Aquaman back a couple months. The DC Comics adaptation will now swim into theaters close to Christmas of next year.
The DC Comics adaptation won't be facing competition from a Star Wars movie next December (The Han Solo standalone film is set for a May release), but it is now sharing a release date with Sony's animated Spider-Man adventure, so a bit of a superhero showdown is on the cards.
James Wan directs Aquaman, which will star former Game of Thrones actor Jason Momoa as the titular King of Atlantis, as he does battle with his villainous half-brother, Ocean Master (Patrick Wilson) as well as Black Manta (Yahya Abdul-Mateen. Amber Heard will also feature as Mera.
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