Jason Momoa Defends Aquaman

Posted: Sep 7 2015, 11:52am CDT | by , in News | Latest Movie News


Jason Momoa Defends Aquaman
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Jason Momoa defends Aquaman and asks everyone to wait a little.

The DC Sea King has borne the brunt of many jokes from comic book fans over the years. However Jason Momoa has now come to its defense. This is because Jason Momoa will be seen making his debut in the DC cinematic universe as the Atlantian hero in next year’s Batman v Superman.

Jason has asked everyone to have patience and wait a little before giving advice. At the Fan Expo Canada an audience member asked Jason about those Aquaman fish jokes. To this Jason replied that it’s quite cute and funny that people make fun of him. So he asked everyone to wait a little bit. 

“It’s cute and funny. People make fun of him,” he said. “There’s a bunch of jokes about him, but I’m like, ‘Just wait. Let’s just wait a little bit, and then you can make jokes.’”

Jason has also talked about the character and what the world can expect. He has revealed that the whole myth behind Aquaman is amazing. According to him there are numerous things to tell about the character.

He also stated that there are a lot of surprises that will be coming and times are changing now for the character. Jason also revealed that they will not just be reinventing the character but Zack Snyder has a whole new idea of what it should be. Jason was quite excited about the character and stated that he can’t wait for the world to see. 

The stage for the impending Justice League movies has been set. Henry Cavill as Superman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Ben Affleck as Batman and Momoa as Aquaman are part of the Justice League.

Part 1 of the movie will be released on November 17th, 2017 and Part 2 is scheduled for June 14th 2019. Aquaman will also be released on July 27th, 2018 and will be directed by James Wan. 

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