Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom: Release Date, Cast, Plot, and all the latest updates


Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom will be released soon by the end of this year. But we really had to wait for this DC sequel. After the original film’s record-breaking popularity, the sequel was officially announced, it was the only DCEU superhero-based movie grossing over a billion dollars across the globe.

Here is everything you need to know about Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom to pass the time until the movie comes out.

When does Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom hit theatres?

Prior to being postponed to March 17, 2023, to give VFX time to be completed. It was first scheduled for December 16, 2022, or nearly exactly four years after the first film’s debut. To spread out marketing expenses for 2023, Warner Bros. Discovery then changed it back to its present date. After some reshoots in July 2022, the sequel was shot from June 2021 to January 2022.

The movie Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom will open in theatres on December 20, 2023. However, Arthur Curry’s comeback to the big screen hasn’t exactly been a piece of cake. Maybe by December of 2023, we’ll have accomplished what we set out to do.

Additionally, Warner Bros. has given us an official summary, informing us that, “When an ancient power is unleashed, Aquaman must forge an uneasy alliance with an unlikely ally to protect Atlantis, and the world, from irreversible devastation.” 

Cast: Who will be back in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom?

  • Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry/Aquaman
  • Amber Heard as Mera
  • Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as David Kane/Black Manta
  • Patrick Wilson as Orm
  • Indya Moore as Karshon
  • Randall Park as Dr Stephen Shin
  • Nicole Kidman as Queen Atlanna
  • Dolph Lundgren as King Nereus
  • Temuera Morrison as Tom Curry
  • Jani Zhao as Stingray
  • Vincent Regan as Atlan
  • Pilou Asbæk as TBC

After the record-breaking success of Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom’s predecessor, it was fateful that Jason Momoa will return to play Aquaman/Arthur Curry for the fifth time (Following Aquaman, Justice League (both versions), and brief appearances in The Flash and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.) He will be sharing the screen with Amber Heard as Mera.

Patrick Wilson will indeed be back in his role as Orm. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II has also indicated he will be returning. It follows the setup for Black Manta to serve as the major antagonist of the sequel.

Perhaps the most exciting piece of information for DC fans is that Ben Affleck will return as Batman in the sequel. Michael Keaton, who recently made a comeback in The Flash, apparently wants to do it again as Batman. Who can say? Even Julie Andrews may reprise her role as Karathen.

The Plot

Here is the plot and synopsis of the movie:

“To save Atlantis and the planet from suffering permanent destruction once an ancient force is released, Aquaman forms an uncomfortable alliance with an unlikelier friend.

The identity of the “unlikely ally” is a mystery, but it could be Orm, whom Aquaman defeated and dethroned at the end of the previous film.”

Of course, Warner Bros is unlikely to decline the chance to dip their toes back into the ocean if Aquaman 2 goes well at the box office. There is also room in Gunn’s DC vision for characters to appear in future superhero movies, as seen by the fact that Hawkgirl, Mister Terrific, and a Green Lantern are reportedly among the DC characters he referenced in his Superman: Legacy. The future of Aquaman, though, is one to file under “watch this space” for the time being. In the meantime, you can watch Aquaman on Netflix.

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