Multiple Batman(s) in ‘Aquaman 2’? Jason Momoa Has Some Interesting Inklings to Share

Multiple Batman(s) in ‘Aquaman 2’? Jason Momoa Has Some Interesting Inklings to Share

DCU’s brand new much-anticipated sequel of the Aquaman movie has Jason Momoa making it to headlines for a considerable amount of time now. While James Gunn and Peter Safran, led superhero universe, has kept pretty much everything about the sequel under wraps, the human-born heir to the underwater kingdom of Atlantis is slipping a few hints from under the table every now and then. Amidst the massive shuffle that is happening at the Disney branch, Momoa was among the very few actors who got their gigs renewed.

Notably, whilst at Park Festival for narrating Deep rising- a mining documentary a few days earlier, the 43-year-old American actor teased that although new roles at the DC universe await him, he will not be stepping down as Aquaman anytime soon. Surprisingly, that was not all he hinted at that day. He also talked about what all is going on in the set of the sequel. So with a little ado, let us get into the details of everything we know about Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom. Mind you, though, multiple Batmans seem to be at play for the new movie.

Jason Momoa has an important detail to share about his Aquaman sequel

While talking to The Wrap at the 2023 Sundance Film festival, the interviewer smartly pitched a few Aquaman questions. And when he questioned what it is like to work with Michael Keaton as Batman, the answer we got was astonishing enough. “I shot with a couple of different Batmans, but you just don’t know what’s going on, and we’ll see what the end product is,” Momoa told the interviewer. 

He further revealed that the drumming octopus from the parent movie would also be returning in the sequel. Momoa also asserted the Octopus scene might turn out to be the most hilarious moment in the entire movie. All in all, two things are certain- One. Batman, rather multiple Batmans, are to make an appearance in the superhero gig, and two. The drumming Octopus will be there to give you stomach-aching laughter.

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Just to keep a note of it, Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom, starring Jason Momoa, is set to release on Christmas eve of 2023. Till then, stay tuned with us to get the latest updates on the James Gunn-led universe.

Meanwhile, do let us know in the comment section below if you are excited to see multiple Batmans in action.



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