Aquaman: Official title of the sequel starring Jason Momoa revealed

Official title of the sequel starring Jason Momoa revealed

Jason Momoa is “Aquaman”.

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The sequel to “Aquaman” finally got an official title. Not the only good news for Jason Momoa.

For actor Jason Momoa (41), things are still going brilliantly – both in the cinema and on TV. His upcoming DC blockbuster, the second part of the surprise hit “Aquaman”, which is announced for the end of 2022, is taking on ever more concrete forms. Director James Wan (44) has on his Instagram account now the official title revealed. The strip will be called “Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom” – that is, “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom”.

The title certainly does not win an innovation award. After all, not so long ago, the films “Thor: The Dark Kingdom” and “Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom” flickered across the screens. In the comments section of Wans Post, the fans are still overjoyed about the work on the new “Aquaman” part.

Momoa is also running on Apple TV +

There is good news for Jason Momoa and his supporters but not only from the cinema front. As reported by the US site “Variety”, the production of a third season of Momoa’s post-apocalyptic series “See” on Apple TV + is now a done deal. Even more: The shooting for this had already been started in Toronto. And that long before season two celebrates its premiere on August 27 this year. In it, “Guardians of the Galaxy” star Dave Bautista (52) will be seen for the first time as the brother of Momoa’s character Bab Voss.

“See” is set in a distant future in which humanity has lost its sense of sight. Given the plot, many of the actors involved are blind themselves or have severe visual impairments.