Jason Momoa front and center as Aquaman on Entertainment Weekly


Along with the trailer announcement, Wan debuted a new logo for the film, which stars Jason Momoa in his third appearance in the title role. The trailer for the highly anticipated DC movie is expected to drop any day now and there are some brand-new photos from the production that offer the best look at the big screen adaptation of Arthur Curry's story that we've seen yet, and it all looks very promising.

Nicole Kidman is all suited up as Queen Atlanna, the matriarch of Atlantis, on one of two new Entertainment Weekly covers celebrating the upcoming DC film, "Aquaman".

From left to right: Amber Heard as Mera, director James Wan, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, and Willem Dafoe as Vulko.

"Black Manta is a really interesting character who is somehow factored into this story but our main story is about Jason and Patrick", Wan teased. Atlanteans riding great white sharks, seven distinct underwater kingdoms, cannibals, and sea dragons (the alternative to the traditional sea horse Aquaman rode in the comics) are some of what the movie has to offer under Wan's leadership.

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Ultimately, he must take sides in a brewing conflict between the surface dwelling populace that poses a serious risk to his people and the world's oceans and the denizens of Atlantis, who urge him to take action and invade the Earth's surface in order to ensure their survival. Until then, we'll just enjoy these awesome pictures and prepare for Aquaman's December 21 theatrical release.

Aquaman hits theaters in December and will be the only DCEU movie to be released in 2018 and the first since Justice League.

Beyond that though, we don't know much.