Behold The King Of Atlantis! Here Is Your First Look At Jason Momoa As Aquaman

Zach Snyder blew everyone’s minds when he announced that his next film would be “Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice”, based loosely off the Frank Miller ground breaking storyline of the 80’s.

We have seen Cavill as Krypton’s favorite son, we have seen Affleck as Gotham’s protector and we have even seen Gadot as the stunning Amazonian Princess but NOW we get a look at Momoa as the Atlantean King, Aquaman.


Gone is the blond hair and the orange and green outfit. THIS Aquaman looks like he will rip your head off.  The tag line on the photo reads, “Unite The Seven.”  Is this a reference to him wishing to unite the seven seas or is it more literal and references the seven members of the Justice League: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Green Lantern, Flash and of course…Aquaman.


Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theaters next spring on , March 25th, 2016 and we are literally counting the days until we get to see it.  Let us know what you think about this new look for Aquaman down in the comments section below.



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