‘Aquaman’ with Jason Momoa pushed back to Christmas 2018
The release date of “Aquaman” has been pushed back until Christmas 2018, reports Variety.
Warner Bros. announced on Thursday that the comic book adaptation would be pushed back from its original October 5 release date to December 21 of that year.
The movie stars “Game of Thrones” actor Jason Momoa as Aquaman, with “The Conjuring” director James Wan directing.
Aquaman had a cameo in “Batman v Superman” and has a larger role in next fall’s “Justice League”, a film about a super team of super heroes that features the Dark Knight, Man of Steel and Wonder Woman. JB
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