Aquaman Panel And Trailer Breakdown

The Justice League wasn’t the only trailer shown at the DC portion of the Warner Bros. panel at San Diego Comic-Con in Hall H.

Footage of James Wan’s highly anticipated Aquaman starring Jason Momoa was presented with positive feedback. The trailer wasn’t released online, but Collider has given those who were not in attendance a description of the trailer. The website’s breakdown is featured below.

  • Jason Momoa comes out to heavy rock music, running down the Hall H floor with trident in hand and then starts jamming on his trident like a guitar.
  • Momoa introduces a special message from director James Wan. Wan says he’s super excited for people to see the film. Reveals it’s an origin story. We see concept art of Atlantis.  Looks bright and fun. Wan describes the movie as a “fun adventure and romance on the big screen.”
  • Wan then intros some brand new footage. We open on a boat – a French fisherman thinks he’s caught a big fish. Of course, he didn’t. The boat is thrust forward, as whatever he’s caught forces the boat to follow. We then see what the fisherman hooked: a ship, part of an underwater militia. Heck, we even see people riding sharks. Clip ends on Aquaman looking forward at an unseen enemy: “I suppose you want to talk about this?” He then unsheathes his sword: “Neither do I.”  The footage looks like a lot of fun – Wan seems to have applied his Fast and Furious skills to building up these set pieces. I’m in!
  •  Momoa added that it’s the Ocean Master’s army that was previewed in the footage. He also says he’ll be fighting his brother in Aquaman.

Aquaman is set to hit theaters December 21, 2018.

Source: Collider

Written by: James Howey



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