Aquaman: Game Of Thrones’ Kit Harington Joins Cast?
DCEU’s Aquaman is currently being written by Will Beall and Geoff Johns. While the movie is still in the early stages of production, there have been rumors that Warner Bros. has begun casting for the film.Advertisement
Earlier in August, the internet fan casted Michael K. Williams as Black Manta for the Aquaman movie. Surprisingly, the news caught up as the actor also embraced the casting.
Aquaman director James Wan denied commenting on the recent speculation. However, DCEU and Warner Bros. officials haven’t announced it as false rumors yet.
As DCEU continues to progress with the production, Warner Bros. could be looking at a TV actor in James Wan’s movie. A recent image of a Game of Thrones actor has sparked speculations. Kit Harington, known as Jon Snow in the HBO series, was recently spotted with Jason Momoa.
Momoa was also cast in Game of Thrones, but his character has already died. Since they know each other, both actors decided to take a picture together; fans can check it out below.
Harington is busy with his filming schedule for Game of Thrones. The HBO hit series is expected to end in 2018. Furthermore, Aquaman is also expected to release in 2018.
Jason Momoa is currently in London filming for Justice League. It looks like Harington is also in the country for filming. However, it’s possible that the actor could have been in talks for his DCEU role.
Since Game of Thrones is known for killing cast members unexpectedly, the possibility of Kit Harington playing a role in Aquaman currently persists. However, neither the actor nor the studio has confirmed the casting yet.
Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Amber Heard as Mera and Willem Dafoe as Nuidis Vulko have been confirmed for James Wan movie. Furthermore, the actors will also be appearing in the Justice League film.
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