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'Aquaman' Director Isn't Following 'Justice League's Path For Underwater Dialogue


Justice League became a film full of firsts in a variety of ways, with one of the most exciting debuts being Jason Momoa's interpretation of Aquaman, something we'll be seeing more of in his solo film.

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