Unlike Ben Affleck’s The Batman, DCEU is progressing with James Wan’s Aquaman, which is slated to release in 2018. Moreover, the studio seems to have everything prepped for production.
Recently, Jason Momoa was part of an exclusive interview with The Hollywood Reporter to talk about his new TV series “Frontier.” But Momoa was questioned about his DC superhero role as well.
Initially, THR asked Jason Momoa, “Who did the most extreme stunts on the set of Justice League.” The Aquaman actor responded, “I’d say me.”
Aquaman To Begin Production In ‘4 or 5 Months’
Jason Momoa’s superhero requires water for most of his stunt sequences. It is possible that his battle scenes were more complicated compared to Batman and Superman’s.
THR also asked Momoa to “describe Zack Snyder in one word.” The actor gave a perfect response: the Justice League director is a “genius.”
Momoa worked with Zack Snyder in “Batman v Superman,” but the actor is set to work with James Wan for the first time in his career. This time, he seems to be more excited than nervous. Momoa said he “haven’t worked with him yet. Sweet man [James Wan], I have met him.”
He was asked how he felt “about playing Aquaman in the solo film.” He replied that he is “stoked.”
Aquaman Will Win In Fight Against Khal Drogo, says Jason Momoa
Jason Momoa also gave fans a scoop on Aquaman’s production date. The actor said, “I start in four or five months.” It’s possible he was talking about the pre-production that would take place in Gold Coast Australia.
On a lighter note, Momoa answered the question, “Who would in a fight: Khal Drogo, Aquaman or Declan Harp?” He initially asked if they would have their weapons, then Momoa sided with Aquaman. Fans can check out the video below.
Aquaman’s skin has been shown to be strong enough to shatter knives into pieces upon impact. It is a no-brainer he would emerge victorious in a fight against GOT’s Khal Drogo.
“Aquaman” will be released on October 5, 2018. The movie was pushed back from its previous release date to make way for “The Batman.”