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Badass New 'Aquaman' Movie Photo Reveals Willem Dafoe Riding An Armored Shark

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So far we've only seen glimpses of Willem Dafoe's Nuidis Vulko, but this latest photo from Aquaman gives us our best look yet at him in action.Dafoe was previously glimpsed in a photo with Aquaman and Mera as they were going over maps, but this newest photo puts him in the fight directly, as he ...

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