Jason Momoa on the fate of “Aquaman”: – Not promising

Jason Momoa on the fate of “Aquaman”: – Not promising

Jason Momoa, 41, doesn’t have much confidence that Aquaman will ever make it to the cinema screen.


The American actor appears this week in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, the sequel to the 2018 film.

After pandemic and other delays, fans finally got to see the continuation of Arthur Curry’s adventure – or “Aquaman.”

This is likely to be the case, the lead actor believes.

I I don’t necessarily want it to end, but I don’t think it’s an option for me, says Jason Momoa Entertainment tonight.

The star notes that he believes the stars of the new film, James Gunn (57 years old) and Peter Safran (58 years old) at Warner Bros.’s DC Studios, will now be looking for “their own stuff.”

– The truth is that if the audience likes the film, there is a chance. But right now, it doesn’t look very promising, Momoa says.

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But if Momoa could decide for himself, he’d want to go for more – a lot more. He also has ideas about what might happen to Aquaman in the future.

-I love the character and have been wanting to fill it for a long time. In the next ten years, I imagine a lot of great things we can do.

Momoa first appeared as Aquaman in a small supporting role in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in 2016. When Aquaman got his own movie two years later, people went wild.

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The film has grossed more than ten billion kroner worldwide. Therefore, great excitement has been attached to the sequel.

Movie Adventure: Jason Momoa in a scene from the movie

Not only has the pandemic led to challenges. And all the turmoil surrounding the trial of Amber Heard (37 years old), who had a central role in the first film, and her ex-husband Johnny Depp (60 years old), has led to unwanted attention around the second part.

Among other things, Walter Hamada (55 years old), head of Warner Bros., was called as a witness on behalf of Depp. He stated, among other things, that Heard and Momoa “didn’t have a lot of chemistry” between them.

While Heard’s lawyers maintained that the trial damaged her career, Hamada stated that their decision to reduce Heard’s role in the sequel was not due to the trial.

In the first trailer for the new “Aquaman” movie, you can see a little glimpse of Heard:


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