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James Wan
Release Date
7 December 2018
Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Science Fiction
Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, Willem Dafoe, Patrick Wilson, Nicole Kidman, Dolph Lundgren, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Temuera Morrison, Ludi Lin, Michael Beach, Randall Park, Graham McTavish, Leigh Whannell, Tainui Kirkwood, Tamor Kirkwood, Denzel Quirke, Kaan Guldur, Otis Dhanji, Kekoa Kekumano, Julie Andrews, John Rhys-Davies, Djimon Hounsou, Andrew Crawford, Sophia Forrest, Natalia Safran, Micah Ohlman, Jack Andrew, Frankie Creagh-Leslie, Sophia Emberson-Bain, Ilya Melnikoff, Hank Amos, Kyryl Koltsov, Patrick Cox, Luke Owen, Robert Longstreet, Devika Parikh, Sonny Le, Jon Fabian, Mabel Tamone, Rita Dinardo, Anthony Standish, Nicolette Bianca, Victor Leto, Vincent B. Gorce, Gabriella Petkova, Oriana Iacono, Pearl Grantham, Noa Tsuchiya, Alice Lanesbury, Nicolas Bosc, Joshua Levinson

The Aqua King

Naturally, the excitement that the project generated immediately led Warner Bros. To solidify a future for the franchise, and within a few weeks of Aquaman’s release. We learned about their plans to develop an Aquaman 2. But what will the project be about? Who will be making it? When will we actually get to see it? These are all major questions that we’re here to discuss.

In this latest edition of our What We Know So Far guides. We’re going to break down all of the information that’s currently available about Aquaman 2, and provide you with all of the most recent news that we’ve heard about the project. So, without further ado, let’s dive in!

What Is The Aquaman 2 Release Date?

It’s typical for Hollywood studios to try and produce sequels as quickly as they possibly can. After all, they don’t want to let the heat of a burgeoning franchise die down. And the more time that passes means there’s more opportunities for audiences to be distracted by other big properties. That being said, Aquaman 2 is taking an extra minute to find its way to theaters, as Warner Bros. Has announced that the blockbuster follow-up is currently scheduled to be released on December 22, 2022.

So, why is Aquaman 2 coming out about four years after its predecessor? For starters, producer Peter Safran has noted that the filmmakers behind the movie don’t feel the need to rush the project, believing that giving the sequel the most development time possible will ultimately be beneficial for the final product. But that’s not the only reason. Not only is the film going to need some legitimate time to actually get made from a logistics standpoint (it’s not super easy creating those underwater environments), but there are also many other DC Extended Universe titles in the works that the studio is developing between now and December 2022.

Arguably, the biggest of these is Wonder Woman 1984. Which will be coming out in summer 2020, but they are also in the midst of making Cathy Yan’s Birds of Prey. And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn. Matt Reeves’ The Batman, and James Gunn’s Suicide Squad 2. All of those blockbusters are set to come out between now and December 2022, and will deserve their own special attention from WB.

What Is The Aquaman 2 Rating?

The world of comic book movies has changed a great deal over the years. For the longest time, the concept of an R-rated superhero blockbuster seemed absolutely insane. As just by the nature of the rating a project would presumably be dismissing what was seen as a massively important demographic: teenagers. Then Tim Miller’s Deadpool came along and completely shattered that notion forever by making nearly $800 million worldwide. After that, the entire concept became much more acceptable, and we have seen multiple examples since.

Admittedly, final decisions in this arena aren’t typically made until the film is near completion. And the MPAA gets a look at the product that’s heading to theaters, but it’s basically impossible to believe at this point that Aquaman 2 will be made with anything other than a PG-13 rating in mind. After all, it’s not really a character who is known for R-rated behavior in the comics, and the first movie functioned perfectly fine without any kind of extreme violence, overt sexuality, or adult language. So while there isn’t really any kind of official word available in this arena, it’s still pretty obvious what direction the project will go in.