Patrick Wilson has shared an important message from Atlantis while on set of the new Aquaman film being directed by James Wan.
Wilson is playing Orm, aka Ocean Master in Wan’s upcoming swashbuckling action adventure. In the comics, Ocean Master was a fully human half-brother of Aquaman who turned nemesis after growing up in Arthur’s shadow.
The actor took a moment out of his busy schedule recently to help bring awareness to the importance of keeping our oceans clean, retweeting a tweet from World Oceans Day, an organization committed to providing unique opportunities to honor, help protect, and conserve the world’s oceans, per their website.
You can check out Wilson’s tweet below and you can learn more about how to get involved with World Oceans Day here.
— patrick wilson (@patrickwilson73) June 8, 2017
The film stars Jason Momoa as the titular King of Atlantis, Amber Heard as Mera, Willem Dafoe as Nuidis Vulko, Patrick Wilson as Orm a.k.a. Ocean Master, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta, Dolph Lundgren as King Nereus, Ludi Lin as Murk, with Nicole Kidman as Queen Atlanna and Temuera Morrison as Arthur’s father.
Aquaman hits theaters on December 21, 2018.
Source: Patrick Wilson
6 Reasons Why ‘Justice League’ Could Be Better Than ‘Avengers’
The DC Cinematic Universe needs a win and Geoff Johns and Zack Snyder have their fingers crossed Wonder Woman and Justice League will give things a boost. Aquaman keeps adding members to the cast and is set to start shooting soon while Flash has already lost two directors, meaning there’s a lot riding on WB’s next two big DC movies to secure a future for their cinematic plans.
There’s a lot to look forward to in Justice League and quite a few reasons to believe it could match or surpass The Avengers. WB is introducing most of their supporting characters for the first time in Justice League opposed to how Marvel had already introduced every member of the team by the time they came together for The Avengers. That means we have a lot to watch for as we meet a lot of characters on the big-screen for the first time.
Hit Next to find out why Justice League might be better than The Avengers.