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DC Ccxp Booth Showcases Shazam, Superman, The Flash, Black Adam and More

Warner Bros. Discovery booth at Ccxp features many DC props, posters, and interactive experiences involving some of their upcoming movies, such as Shazam!: Fury of the Gods, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, and The Flash. The Dceu is currently being restructured by recently appointed co-heads of DC Studios, James Gunn and Peter Safran, so it […]

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Jason Momoa Reminds LeBron James the Clock Is Ticking on NBA Career in Nike Ad

Jason Momoa may be a new “Fast and Furious” villain, but the ageless actor is the greatest threat of all in a new Nike ad: Father Time.The “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” actor battles NBA legend LeBron James ahead of the champion’s 20th season in the league. Momoa is almost unrecognizable with a long gray […]

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Jessie Eisenberg: “I’d Be Shocked If I Wound Up In A DC Movie, But It Would Be A Pleasant Shock”

As Warner Bros. Discovery charts its course into the future under new CEO David Zaslav, questions abound about what will become of the Dceu. Zaslav has grand plans for DC Films, but those plans didn’t include “Batgirl” or several other DC projects in early development. So while releases for “Black Adam,” “Aquaman And The Lost […]

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Jason Momoa On His ‘Conan The Barbarian’ Remake: It Was “Turned Into A Big Pile Of Sh*t”

Thanks to the runaway success of “Aquaman,” Jason Momoa is now a household name for Hollywood leading men. Of course, his short turn as Khal Drogo in “Game Of Thrones” first elevated his station years ago, but Arthur Curry is Momoa’s namesake now. And that won’t change any time soon, with “Aquaman And The Lost […]

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Jason Momoa Confirms Ben Affleck’s Return As Bruce Wayne In Aquaman 2 Reshoots

Hey, so remember when we discussed how the premature ending of Ben Affleck’s turn as Batman seemed like a bad idea? Well, that might be changing thanks to reshoots being made for “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.” Jason Momoa recently posted a very interesting post on his Instagram feed alongside Affleck with a surprising caption.”Reunited […]

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Amber Heard Denies ‘Slightly Insane’ Rumor She’s Been Cut from ‘Aquaman 2’

Not so fast. While gossip website Just Jared reported the news that after Warner Bros. test-screened the film with audiences, supporting star Amber Heard was being cut from “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom,” the actress’ reps now deny those reports.Some have expected Warner Bros. to go all “Christopher Plummer in ‘All the Money in the […]

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Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom Footage Reaction: Aquaman And Ocean Master Are Back, Baby! [CinemaCon 2022]

If you were missing Jason Momoa’s hair artfully swirling around in the ocean, we have good news! /Film is covering CinemaCon 2022 in Las Vegas, and today brings a new glimpse at “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” from Warner Bros. Pictures. We don’t know a ton about the film yet, though we do know that it […]

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James Wan Leans Into His Horror Background, Prepares To Produce Reality TV

In addition to directing Dominic Toretto and his family in “Furious 7” and producing the recent “Mortal Kombat” remake, James Wan has been a fixture of the DC Extended Universe thanks to his work on “Aquaman” and the upcoming sequel “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.” However, the filmmaker’s roots are deeply tied to the horror […]

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Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Promises Black Manta Will Have More Personality In Aquaman 2

When last we saw Black Manta in 2018’s “Aquaman,” he was onboard the research vessel of marine biologist Stephen Shin (Randall Park), a glint of vengeance in his eye as he threw his grandfather’s knife into a newspaper silhouette of Arthur Curry. With Warner Bros.’ big budget sequel “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” having just completed […]

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Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom Has Wrapped Production

That’s a wrap on “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.” James Wan’s highly-anticipated sequel to “Aquaman,” which began shooting in London over the summer, is now entering post-production. The 2018 DC comics-based superhero film came in the wake of “Justice League” and earned high praise for its dynamic camerawork and dizzying action sequences (imagine watching a […]

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