The one-two punch of Aquaman and Shazam! signaled a new era for Warner Bros.’ DC Extended Universe. No longer will the DCEU be solely dark, gritty, and brooding — here are two male heroes who are bright and, dare I say it, goofy. The Aquaman trailer in particular may have been a little too goofy for the audiences at the Warner Bros. panel at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend.
But if you were skeptical after seeing the Aquaman trailer for the first time, dive into our Aquaman trailer breakdown to find out if James Wan‘s movie holds water.
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The Aquaman trailer has finally surfaced, revealing James Wan‘s addition to the sea-changing DCEU. Jason Momoa stars as the half-human/half-Atlantean hero, who gets to swim into the spotlight after splashing around in a supporting role in Justice League. Dive into the Aquaman trailer below.
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Yeah-yuh! Our favorite superpowered bro is back, with an all-new set of images on top of the ones that just debuted earlier today. A new collection of Aquaman images gives us an exciting peek under the sea at daily life in Atlantis, as well as, of course, more shots of shirtless Jason Momoa. Warner Bros. knows what we wants, and delivers it on a gold, seafood-laden platter. Read More »
An Aquaman trailer should be swimming online any day now, but in the meantime, a new Entertainment Weekly magazine cover offers our first official look at Nicole Kidman as Queen Atlanna and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as villain Black Manta . Check out the Aquaman images below.
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James Wan‘s Aquaman is currently undergoing some reshoots, and in the process, the film has added a new cast member: Randall Park. Park will play Dr. Stephen Shin.
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Writer/director Lake Bell‘s second feature, I Do…Until I Don’t is her follow-up to the delightful 2013 film, In a World… While her first film was about the world of voiceover actors and a daughter and her father, her second is about marriage and a documentary filmmaker creating a little chaos. Bell (and the doc filmmaker) follows a trio of couples, played by Bell and Ed Helms, Paul Reiser and Mary Steenburgen, and Amber Heard and Wyatt Cenac.
Below, watch the I Do…Until I Don’t trailer.
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Production is underway down in Australia on the first big screen adaptation of the DC Comics superhero Aquaman. At the helm is The Conjuring and Furious 7 director James Wan, and the filmmaker took to social media yesterday to post a new look at Amber Heard as Mera, Queen of Atlantis and the wife of the hero played by Jason Momoa.
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Production on the first big screen iteration of Aquaman is scheduled to being in just a few months. The film is currently in pre-production, and part of the preparation includes getting the principal cast together with director James Wan for a table read.
In fact, that key part of the filmmaking process just happened this week as James Wan posted a photo with the underwater superhero (Jason Momoa) as well as Mera (Amber Heard) and the villainous Ocean Master (Patrick Wilson). Check out the gang getting together after the jump. Read More »
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Production on Justice League is finished in the United Kingdom, but the film is still shooting overseas, this time in Iceland. Since director Zack Snyder is shooting on location in the country for scenes that will take place in Amnesty Bay, the hometown of Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Warner Bros. Pictures must have assumed that paparazzi would be shooting photos of the various actors on set for these scenes, so they decided to beat them to the punch.
A new Justice League photo has just been unveiled, revealing Amber Heard as Mera, the Queen of Atlantis and wife of Aquaman. She has some kind of role in the DC superhero ensemble, though we’re not sure how big it will be. See the first Justice League Mera photo after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Friday, March 11th, 2016 by Angie Han
Despite his song-and-dance background, Christopher Walken didn’t fare too well as Captain Hook in NBC’s live staging of Peter Pan. But his turn as a Sinatra-esque crooner in One More Time already looks more convincing, at least based on the trailer.
Directed by Robert Edwards, the indie drama follows Walken’s aging musician character as he navigates a rocky relationship with his daughter Jude (Amber Heard), a gifted musician who can’t quite seem to get her life in gear. Kelli Garner stars as his other daughter, and Hamish Linklater, Oliver Platt, and Ann Magnuson also star. Check out the One More Time trailer after the jump. Read More »