Although Abdul-Matteen reprising his role is a big signal, Warner Bros. has yet to disclose narrative specifics. Still, we have some ideas about where Aquaman 2 will go following the first picture, which was a lot of fun. Wan said in an interview with Total Film that the narrative will be heavily influenced by the cult horror film Planet of the Vampires from the 1960s. With the new picture, he also hints at leaning into his horror DNA.
Mera, the water-bending Atlantian, will be reprised by Amber Heard. Despite high-profile judicial and media turmoil, Heard resumed her character for Zack Snyder’s Justice League during extra filming and will reprise the role for Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom.
Orm, played by Patrick Wilson, is also returning. Wilson shared a photo of himself sweating in April. Aquaman isn’t the only one with a new appearance, as James Wan revealed the first image of Orm, who looks more like a buff Cast Away than an Ocean Master, toned, tanned, and shockingly on land.
Dolph Lundgren reprises his role as King Nereus of Xebel, one of Atlantis’ Seven Kingdoms, while Temuera Morrison reprises her role as Arthur’s human father.
Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom will hit the theaters on December 16, 2022.
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