Aquaman: the sequel will be "better and bigger", word of Patrick Wilson

Aquaman: the sequel will be better and bigger, word of Patrick Wilson


While waiting to find out new information on the sequel to Aquaman, a 2018 film that saw Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry, co-star Patrick Wilson wanted to tease fans by stating that, according to him, the next film will be bigger and bigger. better than the first.

In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, the actor revealed that James Wan is creating a more fun, expansive and more action-packed film than his predecessor. Patrick Wilson, who will return to being Ocean Master in Aquaman 2, has been training hard for eight weeks and will begin filming in the coming months.

The cast of Aquaman 2 will also return Amber Heard as Princess Mera, Dolph Lundgren in those of King Nereus, and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II in those of Black Manta. New entry, however, Game of Thrones star Pilou Asbaek, whose role is still unknown for the moment.

Aquaman sequel will be better than the first

Warner Bros. had in mind to expand the narrative universe of Aquaman with a spin-off on the diabolical sea creatures that appeared in the first film, entitled The Trench, only to cancel the project altogether.

During the first edition of DC Fandome, held last summer, director James Wan had stated how he would have included in the new film some darker and more mature scenes compared to the first film, also taking into account the evolutionary path of the characters.

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The theatrical release is set for 18 December 2022. It will be a very important year for DC fans as the highly anticipated The Batman, The Flash and Black Adam will also arrive on the big screen.

Waiting for new information on the Aquaman sequel, which could arrive at the next DC Fandome in October, you can retrieve the Blu-Ray in 4K of the first film by clicking here.

Patrick Wilson Teases James Wan’s “Bigger and Better” Aquaman 2

Patrick Wilson teases things are 'bigger and better' down where it's wetter in James Wan's Aquaman 2. Wilson reprises his role as Orm — the Oceanmaster and the villainous half-brother of Atlantis king Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) — in the sequel reuniting him with his Conjuring producer and two-time director Wan, who is taking the Aquaman franchise even deeper into the oceans of the DC Extended Universe. Ahead of its summer shooting start in the United Kingdom for Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Films, Wilson delivers an update on Aquaman 2:

'I think like with anything with James, when he comes back for a sequel, it becomes bigger and better,' Wilson told Entertainment Tonight about Aquaman 2. 'And broader, and more funny, more action, more character work, it's cool. It's really fun, it's super fun.'

'I've been in training now for about eight weeks, and in a couple months we start,' added Wilson, now starring in the Wan-produced The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It. 'Well, they start in about a month and a half, a month or so they start.'

Aquaman 2 reunites Wilson with Momoa and returning Aquaman stars Amber Heard, back as Xebellian princess Mera, Dolph Lundgren as her father King Nereus, and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta. Wan previously described the sequel as 'a little bit more serious' than its predecessor, saying during last summer's virtual DC FanDome event that Aquaman 2 is 'more relevant in a world that we're living in today.'

In a recent update from Momoa, whose superpowered sea king last appeared in Zack Snyder's Justice League, the star revealed he co-wrote the story treatment for the 2022-dated sequel penned by returning Aquaman scribe David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick (The Conjuring 2, The Conjuring 3).

'After we ended the first one I went in with my writing partner and we dreamed up the second one and we went in and pitched the idea,' Momoa said during a May appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show. 'The best thing I can give you is that I love it so much that I participated in the writing of it. And so, we did the first treatment and then James and our original writer David finished it off.'

'All of our hearts are in it,' Momoa added. 'Instead of just, like, getting a script and doing that, you are 100% being encouraged by your director and co-writers. So that's exciting for me and I'm excited to go over there. I leave in July and we start filming.'

The Conjuring 3 is now playing in theaters and streaming for a limited time on HBO Max. Aquaman 2 surfaces in theaters on December 16, 2022.

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