'Aquaman' Trailer Reveals More Of Jason Momoa's Hero At Comic-Con

'Aquaman' Trailer Reveals More Of Jason Momoa's Hero At Comic-Con

'Aquaman' Trailer Reveals More Of Jason Momoa's Hero At Comic-Con

Nicole Kidman will play Aquaman's mother, Queen Atlanna, and Patrick Wilson will play his brother, Orm, better known as Ocean Master.

At long last, Warner Bros. finally unveiled Aquaman to the public at Comic-Con on Saturday by way of the film's first trailer.

Pictures and director James Wan comes an action-packed adventure that spans the vast, visually breathtaking underwater world of the seven seas.

"I got to be a genuine part of myself", said Levi. This is also apparent in the overall tone of the film, with Momoa delivering a number of one-liners and having a fun, up-beat attitude, in sharp contrast to the recent Batman and Superman movies. Certainly doesn't look as good as the Shazam! trailer, but I'm willing to give the movie the benefit of the doubt at least until reviews are out.

Shazam! shazams it's way into theaters on April 5, 2019.

"You're in armor or you're half-naked in tattoos and it was a bad choice looking back to wear denim", Momoa recalled of the production, which required him to be wet most days.

'Aquaman' Trailer Reveals More Of Jason Momoa's Hero At Comic-Con

The studio rolled out a number of massive trailers, including first looks at their next two DC movies, Aquaman and Shazam.

"Maybe now more than ever we need heroes like that, who care about people", Levi added.

The James Wan-helmed picture is scheduled to open is US theaters December 21.

Johnny Depp, who plays Grindelwald, also made a surprise appearance in costume and character. Luckily, there are no major Marvel movie releases at that time frame.

Other topics discussed included Law's "hot Dumbledore", and what they'd use Harry Potter magic for.

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