AQUAMAN 2: Patrick Wilson has been confirmed for the return of Ocean Master while James Wan promises a more relevant sequel
The Aquaman 2 panel at DC Fandome was little more than a fun conversation between director James Wan and star Patrick Wilson, but the filmmaker dropped some hints as to what we can expect from the upcoming sequel.
Aquaman had its own panel at the DC FanDome, and if you enjoyed the movie, you probably loved seeing director James Wan catch up with star Patrick Wilson (Orm / Ocean Master).
Unsurprisingly, it's too early for us to have any news on Aquaman 2, but it was confirmed that Wilson will reprise his role as Arthur Curry's half-brother after Orm's defeat at the end of the first film. It's not exactly a big reveal though, as that was believed to be the case since the sequel was first announced (Black Manta, meanwhile, is likely to be the main villain according to some rumors).
Something to note is that James Wan said that its sequel is “a little more serious, a little more relevant to the world right now. I can definitely promise you new worlds in this one. "
It remains to be seen which part of Atlantis we will visit, but Aquaman proved that there are many destinations this franchise can take us that we may not have expected to see. Notable for his absence from the DC FanDome was the King of Atlantis himself, Jason Momoa. We can only assume he was too busy as the actor was also not on the Justice League panel alongside his co-stars and movie director Zack Snyder.
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