Jason Momoa has a surprise to reveal concerning his upcoming Aquaman title

Jason Momoa has added big repute to his career when he first appeared as Aquaman. His role earned him such a level of appreciation that he was awarded two standalone movies, with the latest one coming next year.

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September 28, 2021

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Jason Momoa took the entire Hollywood by storm when he portrayed DC legend Aquaman in the DC title Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Though the actor has been in the industry for a long while, his onscreen portrayal of Aquaman made him synonymous with the comic book hero. And not just this, it also earned him two standalone movies.
Serving up the expectations of his diehard fans, the Aquaman finally came with a big insight.

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Jason Momoa recently had an interview with Fandango and the latter just share a tweet concerning the same. The tweet has a short video of Jason talking about his upcoming movie Aquaman.

The 42-year-old mentions in the video that he hasn’t done too many sequels in his filmography, and thus his upcoming movie is full of excitement, even for himself.

Jason also revealed that his upcoming DC title will be having too many things going around at the same time and that stakes are higher in the sequel as compared to the prequel.

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The King of Atlantis explained that the upcoming film has so much comedy that he laughed continuously while reading the script.

Jason Momoa also highlighted a higher level of activity in the movie as he stressed the rapid development of technology that has been there after four years of his first standalone release. The Aquaman believed that technology will bring better action effects time and will surely take the movie to another level.

The Aquaman

Jason Momoa has added big repute to his career when he first appeared as Aquaman. His role earned him such a level of appreciation that he was awarded two standalone movies, with the latest one coming next year.
His upcoming title, also having Amber Heard in lead, will be his fourth appearance in the DC Universe and is all scheduled to hit the big screens on the 16th of December, 2022.

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