Aquaman 2 hits theaters 5 days early

‘Aquaman 2’ is due out a little earlier.

Jason Momoa fans will get to see him earlier in

Jason Momoa Fans Can See Him Earlier In ‘Aquaman 2’

Warner Bros. shifted the release date of DC’s sequel, “Aquaman: The Lost Kingdom,” starring Jason Momoa as the titular superhero, five days to December 20, reports Deadline.

The much-delayed film was originally slated to hit theaters on Christmas Day 2022.

However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the visual effects team was unable to perform the required post-production.

It was then given a new date of March 17, 2023, before moving to Christmas Day 2023.

Meanwhile, Momoa recently said he’s confident Aquaman will feature in the revamped DC Universe.

The 43-year-old actor doesn’t think this will be his last outing despite James Gunn and Peter Safran now at the helm of DC Studios as they lead the DCU into a new era with the character not included in the first round again titles announced in January.

He told Total Film magazine: “I absolutely think Aquaman will be involved in the DCU. Here we go bro – there’s no one bigger than Aquaman!

“But, also, I hope people are excited to see the new one. It’s funny. I really like doing comedy. There’s some really funny stuff with Patrick Wilson.

“I absolutely love it. We had a great time working together. It’s like we’re brothers. There’s a lot of cool stuff going on in this one.

Earlier this year, Momoa confirmed he had met Gunn and Safran after taking over the studios late last year amid rumors he might drop Aquaman in favor of playing another superhero called Lobo.

He told Variety: “The beautiful thing [about ‘Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom’] it was me and my partner who wrote the first treatment for this and it was a 55 page treatment, and a lot of it has to deal with my conversation with the UN about what’s going on with the melting of the ice caps.

“There is no distant galaxy coming to destroy us or aliens from another place. It is us who are ruining our planet. We have to pull ourselves together and save our home.

“I’ll always be Aquaman. There’s no one who comes in there and takes shit. There could be other characters too. I can play other things too. I can be funny and wild and charming.

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