Warner Bros and DC Films’ Aquaman is all set to swim into theaters next month. A new TV spot for the upcoming DC Extended Universe film has surfaced online to create hype among fans. There’s nothing much new to take from the TV spot as it features footage already seen in the film’s three main trailers. but one shot offers a new look at Arthur in the golden final suit and is showing chatting with Mera.
It shows Jason Momoa’s Arthur Fleck training with mentor Willem Dafoe’s Nuidis Vulko, who will help him in finding the trident to save the underwater city of Atlantis. It also features Arthur’s face off with his brother King Orm aka Ocean Master, played by Patrick Wilson. You can check out the new Aquaman TV spot below.
Aquaman is expected to get a good opening weekend, at least considering the film’s pre-ticket sale booking numbers. It has already etched a new record. The film has become Atom Tickets’ top “advance ticket sales in 24 hours” record holder beating Marvel Studio’s blockbuster hit Avengers: Infinity War. The movie has also impressed over on Fandango, surpassing both Venom and Mission: Impossible – Fallout.
While the pre-sale numbers do not guarantee Aquaman beating Marvel’s $2 billion-grossing film at the box office department, it does hint a good start for the highly awaited DCEU film.
A recent report suggests Aquaman will clock in at 139 minutes almost in line with previous rumors that claimed the runtime to span around 140-143 minutes. Director James Wan confirmed that almost 90 percent of the upcoming DC superhero movie will be presented in full-screen on IMAX screens worldwide.
The film is also expected to feature a mid-credits scene featuring Randall Park’s Dr. Stephen Shin and Yahya Abdul Mateen II’s Black Manta and setting up Black Manta for a larger villainous role in potential Aquaman sequels, reported ComicBook.com.
Aquaman will debut in US theatres on December 21, 2018. The other upcoming DC Films are Shazam! releasing on April 5, 2019, and Joker on October 10, 2019.
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