Though DCU continues to garner attention due to its new leadership, which consists of James Gunn and Peter Safran, as well as the storms they have sparked since taking office. Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom, often known as Aquaman 2, is one project that is quickly approaching completion despite having its future hanging in the balance. One of the most anticipated DC Universe films, starring Jason Momoa and Amber Heard in the key roles.
The first movie in the series was about Orm trying to plan a battle against the surface world, and Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom is the sequel. Arthur Curry came to the rescue and put an end to the impending battle. Curry now sits on the throne in the sequel, which broadens the scope of the plot. Naturally, new people and plot lines will be introduced, giving rise to a complex. Now, if the rumours are to be believed, Aquaman 2 will not only focus on locating the lost Kingdom but will also focus on the battle that Atlantis is preparing to launch on the surface world. An impending battle will be the subject of the film, and the tension has just increased as Ben Affleck will also there in the movie to play Batman.
What will be the plotline for Aquaman 2?
Arthur Curry and Orm, also known as Ocean Master, are travelling together in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom in search of the lost kingdom. The surface world will also be involved since Ben Affleck’s Batman will also appear, so the story doesn’t finish there. This suggests that Atlantis’ relationship with the outside world may not be the healthiest, and that greed and pollution may return at some point.
The Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom set images by Jason Momoa, which have since been deleted, is another exciting thing to look at. He was speaking before the UN in what appeared to be a dramatic event. He might be threatening the people who live on the surface with war if they don’t take action and stop polluting the water. Arthur Curry is constantly working to maintain a balance between the two because to his half-human heritage, and now that he is the king of Atlantis, the still from the sets makes even more sense.