We can certainly hope so. Aquaman is the movie next up on the DC Extended Universe release slate, and while production on the movie wrapped a while ago, there has been no word on when fans should be expecting a trailer. While we still can’t definitely say whether or not a trailer is soon to be released, an interesting photo was posted to the Instagram account of composer Carlos Villalobos Jr.
The photo in question is of an editing booth, with a screen cap of Aquaman on the monitor front and center. The screen cap in question features a shot of Aquaman from Justice League. You can check out the Instagram post below:
While it is worth noting that Villalobos Jr. captioned the photo with “Trailer scoring heaven today,” we still can’t say for sure that an Aquaman trailer is coming on the horizon. With the mounting excitement to see Jason Momoa play the Atlantean king in his own solo flick, Warner Bros. may want to pull an Avengers: Infinity War and wait until fans are literally frothing at the mouth for a first look at the movie.
Aquaman is directed by James Wan, and stars Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, Nicole Kidman, Willem Dafoe, Dolph Lundgren, Patrick Wilson, Temuera Morrison, and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II. The film hits theaters December 21, 2018.
5 Actors Who Should Play Two-Face Ιn Τhe DC Extended Universe
While characters like Joker and Catwoman are the most popular among Batman’s rogues gallery, Two-Face is one of the most tragic and menacing. The character has already been played by Tommy Lee Jones and Aaron Eckhart on the big screen, but Two-Face has yet to join the newly-created DC Extended Universe. With The Batman coming out soon, there’s a solid chance audiences will be introduced to Harvey Dent as Matt Reeves expands on Gotham City.
Two-Face wasn’t always a dastardly villain, though. He started out as a dedicated District Attorney in Gotham. After taking the mob to court too many times, Harvey had acid thrown on his face. Not only did the incident scar half of his face, but it also sent Dent down a path of mental instability. While Dent can control himself sometimes, more often than not his murderous persona comes out and the two are forced to argue for control over his actions. Obsessed with the the idea of chance and what’s fair, Two-Face has a personal history with the Caped Crusader that makes this dangerous villain an emotional challenge for Batman unlike any of his other foes.
Hit Next to see who should bring Two-Face back to the big screen in the DC Extended Universe!