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‘Aquaman’ Social Media Reactions Assures Film Will Be A Success On Worldwide Release

Still from Aquaman trailer

‘Aquaman’ Social Media Reactions Assures Film Will Be A Success On Worldwide Release

DC fans have a lot of expectations from the upcoming Aquaman. Thankfully, the early reactions pouring in from members of the press, who recently got a chance to watch the film, suggests all is good with the DC film.

Usually, when the filmmakers have complete faith in their film, they lift the social media embargo on the film way earlier than anticipated. WB has done the same by lifting the social media embargo on Aquaman allowing press who attended the early screenings of the film to share their thoughts online.

The first wave of reactions for the film is all highly positive, calling out the James Wan DCEU film as an absolute blast, visually incredible, and breathtakingly beautiful. Some even compared the film with Marvel films, but in a good way.

Jason Momoa’s portrayal of the DC underwater superhero has been highly appreciated. One of the reviewers even called him as the newly crowned King of the DCEU. All in all, the early reviews are pointing to the film reaching up there with Wonder Woman upon release rather than pinned alongside the likes of Suicide Squad and Justice League.

You can check out the early Aquaman reactions in the tweets below.

In related news, the film studio has released a new banner for the film, which features Momoa’s Arthur Curry poking his head up out of the water, while holding his trident and making the hang loose sign with his hand.

Momoa has also posted a new YouTube video sharing his experience of promoting his film in China. The video offers a glimpse of the press events the Aquaman actor attended with fans, including some dressed up as the underwater superhero. The next press tour will be held in the U.K.

Aquaman is set to release in the US theaters on December 21, 2018.

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