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What Do We Know About The New 'Aquaman' Movie?


DC and Warner Brothers new movie, Aquaman, is slated to hit theaters on December 21st. What's known about the movie? The film stars Jason Momoa and is directed by James Wan. Aquaman takes place before the events of Batman v Superman and Justice League. The movie also stars Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson, and Willem Dafoe. The exact plot of the film is being kept under wraps. From the trailer the movie looks to be an Aquaman origin story film.

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