The debut appearance of Jason Momoa as Aquaman in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” made a strong impact on the audience. Moreover, the Atlantean King superhero is currently considered as one of the strongest character capable of taking on Steppenwolf.
Surprisingly, the second appearance of Jason Momoa in “Justice League” teaser trailer was again a show stopper. Although the actor didn’t appear as Aquaman, his appearance as Arthur Curry stole the limelight away from Bruce Wayne and other fictional characters in the movie.
Jason Momoa Real Life Problems Same As Aquaman?
Unfortunately, it’s likely that Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry/Aquaman is initially shown at his worst rather than best. It has already been teased that the Atlantean is drinking his life away in the “Justice League” teaser trailer.
In DC Entertainment’s “Justice League: Throne of Atlantis”, a similar version of Arthur Curry/ Aquaman was revealed in the animated film. Moreover, the character was considered as an outcast as well.
Suprisingly, it looks like DCEU’s Jason Momoa playing Aquaman also shares a similar feeling in his real life. In a recent interview, the actor revealed that “[Aquaman] growing up in Iowa, bit of an outcast, he wasn’t accepted in ”
Aquaman Is An Outcast In Justice League?
The actor added that “I wasn’t too accepted”, revealing he shares a similar feeling of an outcast with Aquaman. Fans can check out the interview below.
In DC Comics, Aquaman has always been an underrated superhero in the fictional universe. Fortunately, it has been revealed that the same scenario won’t apply in cinematic universe.
“Aquaman” has been taken up by director James Wan to begin pre-production later this year in Australia. Moreover, the character has also played a significant role in “Justice League” along with Mera in fighting Apokolips Army.
“Aquaman” is all set to release on 27th july, 2018. Recently, actor Willem Dafoe officially confirmed his casting for the DCEU title as well.