Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom: Synopsis, actors, story, and more

Here is all the information you need to know about Aquaman 2, also known as Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, the DC film that will soon be released in theaters. Details include the cast, release date, trailers, narrative, and more.

Even though Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is expected to be a big hit later this year, not much has been said about it.

Even though the original film was a huge hit, Aquaman 2 doesn’t have any promotional materials as of now. This is probably because DCEU is going through some changes right now, with new director James Gunn letting go of a lot of projects to create room for a new DC series.

So, if you’re wondering what’s actually happening with Aquaman, here’s everything we know about Aquaman 2 so far.

Aquaman 2 release date: When is it coming out?

On December 22, 2023, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is slated to open in theaters.

This is the third postponement of the film since its initial release. The movie had been rescheduled from its original December 16, 2022, release date to March 17, 2023, and finally December 2023.

Early in June 2021, the film’s production got underway, with Jason Momoa arriving in London to begin shooting in July of the same year. Production finished in January 2022; however, there were supposedly three rounds of reshoots later.

Aquaman 2 trailer: Is there a trailer?

The first trailer for Aquaman 2 was released on September 14, 2023, and can be seen below:

In the teaser, Arthur Curry is seen leading a happy family life and managing his duties as Atlantis’ ruler. Aquaman must enlist the help of his estranged brother Orm to stave off attacks from his adversary, Black Manta, who is now fueled by the Black Trident.

On November 20, 2023, a new teaser surfaced, including further footage of Nicole Kidman’s Atlanna and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II’s Black Manta. However, Amber Heard’s Mera remains conspicuously absent. Here is where you may view it:

Aquaman 2 cast: Who is working on the movie?

The main cast for Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is as follows:

  • Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry, aka Aquaman
  • Amber Heard as Mera
  • Yahya AbdulMateen II as Black Manta
  • Patrick Wilson as Orm
  • Willem Dafoe as Nuidis
  • Temuera Morrison as Tom Curry
  • Nicole Kidman as Atlanna
  • Dolph Lundgren as King Nereus
  • Randall Park as Dr. Stephen Shin
  • Vincent Regan as Atlan
  • Jani Zhao as Stingray
  • Indya Moore as Karshon
  • Pilou Asbæk as an undisclosed role

Momoa also helped with the writing of the movie, alongside writer David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick and director James Wan.

Aquaman 2 plot: What happens in the sequel?

The official plot summary for Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom has been made public by Warner Bros. Discovery.

“After failing to defeat Aquaman the first time, Black Manta will do whatever it takes to finally defeat Aquaman because he is still motivated by the desire to exact revenge for the murder of his father. According to the description, Black Manta is more powerful than ever this time around. He may release powerful and ancient energy by using the legendary Black Trident.

Aquaman will create an odd alliance with his imprisoned brother Orm, the former King of Atlantis, in order to overthrow him. The synopsis continues, “Together, they must put aside their differences in order to defend their kingdom and prevent Aquaman’s family and the world from irreparably being destroyed.”

Director James Wan disclosed that, in comparison to the first film, Amber Heard’s Mera will have a smaller part in The Lost Kingdom in an interview with EW. Wan, meanwhile, maintains that the decreased part was not brought about by her recent lawsuit and that he always intended the second film to have more of a bromance between Orm and Aquaman.

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