Who is Black Manta?
Since Manta is going to be in the film and, hopefully, be a villain in the future, maybe let's look at who Black Manta is and why he is considered Aquaman's greatest foe?Read More
The buzz is strong, but will Aquaman be able to break DC out of its slump?
In "stop trying to make fetch happen" news, the latest attempt to remake The Crow has reached yet another snag. 1994 gave us a buncha fun films you may have forgotten, and Lindy West reminds us why it's important to raise our voice when racism invades our media.Read More
Although Justice League didn't get very far with audiences, Jason Momoa's Aquaman was a standout—and now that CinemaCon attendees have seen some initial footage, it seems like we have reason to hope the standalone Aquaman will be worth diving into.Read More
The rumors appear to be rumors no longer: Quentin Tarantino's "Star Trek" pitch has achieved warp five speeds, with potential writers screened and Paramount seemingly agreeing to the director's requirement that the film be R-rated.Read More
How many cousins, uncles, brothers, and family friends do you have that are objectively better looking than Blake Shelton? And less homophobic and racist, too?Read More
Signing Off, I'm Mary Jane Paul
Being Mary Jane, the BET drama staring ageless vampire and beautiful human being, Gabrielle Union, will not be renewed for a fifth season.Read More
Actress Amber Heard shared a picture of break time on the set of the upcoming DCEU Aquaman, and I can’t stop staring at her glorious Mera mermaid-esque tresses.Read More
2 out of 5 Stars
I watched Ana Lily Amirpour's The Bad Batch last month, and despite an exciting premise that featured a Mad Max-esque, lawless wasteland, Jason Momoa, Keanu Reeves, and cannibalism with the director of A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, the film was wholly underwhelming.Read More
Aquaman just added another member to its already impressive cast and you might recognize him from various action movies.Read More
We're very intrigued to see Jason Momoa's upcoming solo turn as Aquaman. Here are the official release dates for the next spate of DC movies that he'll appear in.Read More
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight's, Wan shared this bit about what kind of tone the superhero film will take by referencing an old genre.Read More
Now that filming is over, it's only a matter of counting down the days until the next Justice League trailer--and from there, we've got a little over a year to go before the film itself premieres on November 17, 2017. (Don't worry. At least we only have to wait until June for Wonder Woman.)Read More
Looks like this water kitty will have big, scary claws.
On paper, Aquaman isn’t exactly an intimidating do-gooder who invokes fear into the hearts of land-dwelling mammals everywhere. His jovial character would a need a serious overhaul if he was going to stand side-by-side with DC’s dark, gritty heroes on the big screen. Enter the very tall, muscular, and daunting Jason Momoa.Read More
Jason Momoa seems to be taking James Wan's advice of "let's not forget to have fun with it" on the set of Justice League in this tweet from Zack Synder.Read More
Now if only we knew what Wan's definition of fun was.
While James Wan is very well-known for directing several famous horror films, including Saw, Insidious and The Conjuring, he said he doesn't necessarily feel like his adaptation of DC superhero Aquaman has to have the same gritty or dark tone as its predecessor, Batman V Superman.Read More
Amber Heard has confirmed the rumors that she'll play Mera, Queen of Atlantis and Aquaman's wife, in the upcoming Justice League and solo Aquaman movies. Plus, she's revealed some hints about her costume.Read More
While The Flash and Aquaman are officially getting their own standalone superhero films, the DC Comics Cinematic Universe isn't going to spend any time introducing fans to a ton of backstory before jumping right into new plotlines, according to producer Charles Roven.Read More
Zack Snyder Teases With Jason Momoa Pic From Justice League Production, Which He’s Totally Still Directing, You Guys
"Deep in it." Yeah, that about sums it up.
Despite rumors floating that Warner Bros. is nervous about Batman v Superman and speculation that they might want to change course (i.e. fire Zack Snyder) for Justice League, here's the DC film universe's architect himself teasing production with his very own Aquaman, Jason Momoa.Read More
In a bid to ask male celebrities some of the go-to questions always given to their female peers, The Cut asked a bunch of high-profile dudes how they feel about feminism.Read More