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End clap for Aquaman 2, the film crew is celebrating

Credit: Warner Bros. The wait has been long between Aquaman and its sequel, but we’re finally there! The filming of “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” is indeed finished for the greatest pleasure of the fans. Since the first part, they have been more than impatient to find Arthur, alias Aquaman, in new (my) adventures around the world, but especially in the heart of the oceans.

Credit: Warner Bros. It’s not just the fans who are thrilled with the news: it’s also a party on set. It must be said that times were tough with Jason Momoa who was injured several times during the shooting. The actor had also tested positive for COVID during this period.

James Wan shares his joy on Insta

Jason Momoa had already announced the end clap for Aquaman 2 last December, but in the end, we had to wait a few more weeks for this to really be the case. The good news was (re)shared by James Wan himself via an Instagram post where the director shows what joy it is on set. James Wan has indeed posted a photo with Jason Momoa and Patrick Wilson (who plays Orm, Aquaman’s half-brother). And the least we can say is that it’s party time: the trio is really all in joy. Like the fans, we can’t wait to see what they have in store for us in “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom”.

A film that promises to be grandiose

When it was released in 1300, the first part of Aquaman had literally exploded the box office with more than a billion dollars in revenue collected worldwide. The story of Aquaman and his crazy epic across the world and then in the seabed simply seduced the fans.

The latter are asking for more and expecting something as grand as ever with “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom”. For now, we don’t yet know much about the pitch of this highly anticipated sequel, but the first teasers and shared images promise great adventures for Arthur. Especially since everything suggests that the king of Atlantis will have to team up with his half-brother (who hates him) to counter a terrible threat.

The theatrical release of “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” has been announced for 16 December 2022. Until then, fans are eagerly awaiting 351911 more news from the film , but especially the first trailer!

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