‘Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom’ Release Date Announced: DC’s much-awaited film to release in IMAX on this date
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As 2023 winds down, we’re gearing up for the grand finale of this year’s blockbuster movie calendar, and boy, do we have a treat for you. Fans of this popular character can get ready for a plunge into the depths of the oceanic realm once more as the much-awaited ‘Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom’ is set for a release soon.
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Release Date
|Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Release Date||December 22, 2023|
|Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom OTT Release Date||To be announced|
|Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Cast||Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, and others|
|Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Director||James Wan|
Audiences can watch Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom on December 22, 2023. An official announcement regarding the same was made by the makers recently. A post shared on social media read, “It’s time for Atlantis to rise. #Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom – Only in theaters December 22.”
— Aquaman Movie (@aquamanmovie) November 13, 2023
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Cast
Directed by the talented James Wan, Aquaman, and the Lost Kingdom boasts a screenplay by David Leslie Johnson and a captivating story crafted by James Wan, David Leslie Johnson, Jason Momoa, and Thomas Pa’a Sibbett. The film is produced by Peter Safran, James Wan, and Rob Cowan, and includes a cast starring Jason Momoa, reprising his role as the titular Aquaman, alongside Patrick Wilson, Amber Heard, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and the legendary Nicole Kidman. The cinematography of the film is managed by Don Burgess, while the editing is done by Kirk Morri. Rupert Gregson-Williams has given the music for the film produced jointly under DC Studios, Atomic Monster, and The Safran Company banners.
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Trailer
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Announcement
First off, the makers of Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom recently dropped its latest IMAX poster, and it’s got us hooked. Taking a more straightforward approach, the poster features the iconic IMAX logo emerging majestically from the sea. What makes it cool is that the “A” in IMAX has been ingeniously replaced with Aquaman’s signature symbol. It’s a subtle yet striking touch. But that’s not all—beneath the surface, you can spot whales and ancient ruins on the ocean floor. The whole image is bathed in sunlight piercing through the cloudy sky, reminding us that Lost Kingdom was filmed with IMAX precision.
— IMAX (@IMAX) November 16, 2023
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Predictions
One more piece of news that has caught our attention is that the “Lost Kingdom” marks the end of an era for the DC Extended Universe. Films like Shazam! Fury of the Gods, The Flash, and Blue Beetle haven’t quite hit it out of the park at the box office, and it will be worth watching how this release will fare, especially with its hefty budget of more than $200 million. In the past, the first ‘Aquaman’ made it big with over a billion bucks, but the genre has seen quite a shift since then.
Meanwhile, the continuity that began in 2013 with the Man of Steel is set to wrap up, with a universe reboot by James Gunn slated for 2025. The ray of hope in this film is James Wan, who is popular for horror films and the brain behind the visually stunning first Aquaman movie. It garnered tremendous response and was touted best superhero flick ever. Another hope for this film is the lead – Jason Momoa – who has given his best as Aquaman and for more than six years now has held the character with infectious energy, also by keeping his chemistry intact with Patrick Wilson.