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- Zack Snyder introduces the World to Aquaman
The famous director, Zack Snyder recently introduced the world to Jason Momoa as Atlantean King of the Seas ‘Aquaman’ on Twitter. Aquaman looked tough as nails and formidable.
On his Twitter account, Zack Snyder, the famed director posted a photo of Jason Momoa in the capacity of comic book hero Aquaman. Zack Snyder has a number of movies lined up for Momoa. There is his role in the 2015 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Then Justice League will hit theaters in 2017 and 2019 as far as its first and second parts are concerned.
Momoa will play the role of Arthur Curry as shown on the Twitter account by Zack. Zack labelled the pic showing a tattooed and muscular armor-wearing Momoa as “There is only one true king #UniteTheSeven”.
The body armor is dual-toned and make Momoa look very manly and courageous. Then the Samoan tattoos along with the trident he holds in his hand make his figure a very fearsome one. The man truly issues forth a look of the lord of the sea or Aquaman.
There is only one true King. #unitetheseven pic.twitter.com/RDFG8jbuI6— ZackSnyder (@ZackSnyder) February 20, 2015
The other superheroes and superheroines that Aquaman will be joining include: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Cyborg and The Flash. Henry Cavill will be taking up his role of Superman once again after a brief hiatus. And Ben Affleck will play his usual stint of Batman too when the time is right.
Gal Gadot will be the bold and beautiful Wonder Woman. And finally, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher and Ryan Reynolds will take up their relative positions as The Flash, Cyborg and Green Lantern respectively.
But Jason Momoa as Aquaman will appear in the movie of the same name some time in 2018. Momoa has been in his Dothraki character Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones. The King of the Seas, Aquaman, is a strong and steel-framed individual with a silent personality to match that oozes charisma and bravery.
Warner Brothers Studios have made some solid investments in these series of movies that will continue through the next three or four years. When you compare its fare with Disney and Pixar, the difference in quality is obvious.
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