Multiple Batmen in Aquaman 2? Jason Momoa Has Some Interesting Ideas to Share


In the new long-awaited sequel to DCU’s Aquaman, Jason Momoa has been in the headlines for a long time. While James Gunn and Peter Safran, who head the superhero universe, have kept almost everything about the sequel a secret, the human-born heir to the underwater kingdom of Atlantis slips a few hints from under the table from time to time. Among the massive shuffles taking place at the Disney branch, Momoa was among the very few actors who extended their performances.

It is noteworthy that during a performance at the festival in the Park a few days earlier for a story about “Deep Ascent” — a documentary about mines, the 43-year-old American actor teased that, although he is waiting for new roles in the DC universe, he will not resign from the post of Aquaman in the near future. Surprisingly, that wasn’t all he was hinting at that day. He also talked about what generally happens on the set of the sequel. So, with a bit of wisdom, let’s delve into the details of everything we know about Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. Keep in mind, however, that there are several Batmen involved in the new movie.

Jason Momoa told an important detail about his sequel “Aquaman”.

During a conversation with The Wrap at the Sundance Film Festival in 2023, the interviewer wittily asked a few questions about Aquaman. And when he asked what it was like to work with Michael Keaton as Batman, the answer we got was quite amazing. “I’ve been shooting with a couple of different Batsmen, but you just don’t know what’s going on, and we’ll see what happens in the end,” Momoa told an interviewer.

He also announced that the octopus playing drums from the parent film will also return in the sequel. Momoa also stated that the Octopus scene may turn out to be the most hilarious moment in the whole movie. In general, two things are certain. One. Batman, or rather several Batmen, should appear in superheroes, and even two. An Octopus playing the drums will give you a laugh that causes stomach pain.

We remind you that “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” starring Jason Momoa should be released on Christmas Eve 2023. Until then, follow our news to get the latest news about the James Gunn universe.

Meanwhile, let us know in the comments section below if you’re excited to see a few Batsmen in action.


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