‘AQUAMAN’ Concept Art Provides A New Look At The Undersea World

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Fresh off the heels of yesterday’s new photos, Entertainment Weekly has released new concept art showing the magnitude of DC’s next film. From the looks of these new images, expect a proper (Justice League excluded) introduction to the world of Atlantis this holiday season.

Both pieces of concept art also include characters from the film, though it’s impossible to tell. On the left is King Nereus (Dolph Lundgren) and his army all riding giant sea dragons. On the right is Orm (Patrick Wilson) and his army. The two kings are in the center conversing while Vulko (Willem Dafoe) listens in right beneath Orm.

These two shots show the location “The Council of the Kings” and is described as “an ancient meeting place that’s fallen into ruin.” When Atlantis sank into the ocean, it split into Seven Kingdoms with each statue representing an original king. It isn’t technically apart of Atlantis so it is considered neutral ground for these two armies to meet.

These epic shots of a world unexplored looks to try and fill the void left by Star Wars this holiday season.

What do you think of this new concept art? Why do you think these kings are meeting on neutral ground? Tweet us your thoughts @superbromovies!

-Kellen Murack

Source: Entertainment Weekly

Aquaman swims into theaters December 21, 2018!

Aquaman (Momoa) is the King of the Seven Seas. Leader of Atlantis, he is caught between the surface world constantly ravaging the seas and Atlanteans looking to lash out in revolt. Aquaman is committed to protecting the entire world. 



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