Warner Bros. Pushes Back The Release Date Of James Wan's AQUAMAN Starring Jason Momoa

Warner Bros. Pushes Back The Release Date Of James Wan's AQUAMAN Starring Jason Momoa

Warner Bros. Pushes Back The Release Date Of James Wan's AQUAMAN Starring Jason Momoa

Reports are coming in that Warner Bros. has pushed James Wan's solo Aquaman movie back from its original release date of July 27, 2018. Find out how much longer you'll have to wait after the jump...


James Wan's standalone Aquaman flick was originally set to swim into theaters on July 27, 2018, but Warner Bros. has now announced that it'll actually open almost 3 months later than that on October 5. We still don't know a whole lot about this first solo outing for the King of Atlantis, but it will also see Amber Heard and Willem Dafoe reprise their Justice League roles as Mera and Vulko, respectively.

Wan has been posting the occasional location scouting pic to Instagram, however, and this latest one is widely believed to be doubling for Amnesty Bay - the small coastal town that was home to Aquaman's (Jason Momoa) adoptive father, Tom Curry.

Tell us, how do you feel about having to wait a bit longer to see Aquaman in theaters?
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