WB & DC Unveil 5-minute extended trailer for Aquaman

WB & DC Unveil 5-minute extended trailer for Aquaman

DC and Warner Bros ramp up the marketing for Aquaman with this extended 5-minute trailer.

It’s been two months since we got our first look at the standalone Aquaman film. A character played by Jason Mamoa who was first introduced properly in 2017’s Justice League after being teased in 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

With the success of the standalone Wonder Woman film, I’m sure DC and Warner Bros are hoping for another sizeable hit. I certainly find this incarnation of Aquaman more enjoyable than any others of this current DC movie universe and I’m a big Batman fan!

Set after the events of the Justice League film, Aquaman, Arthur Curry, is caught between two battles. The surface dwellers who threaten his home and his own people who wish to retaliate.

This new extended trailer was first shown at the New York Comic Con which is currently underway. The trailer features several long sequences including Arthur discovering the lost ancient city of Atlantis and an extended rooftop chase.

Aquaman will hit the shores of the UK on the 14th December with the US swimming closely by a week later. Other countries can check the IMDb listings.


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