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Jason Momoa starrer Aquaman to release on December 14, a week before the USA release

Aquaman which is one of the most awaited DC movies is all set to hit the screens in India first and later in the USA.

Jason Momoa starrer Aquaman which is one of the famous DC movies is all set to hit the screens in India first and then in the USA. The movie will release on December 14, a week before the USA release. The movie will hit the USA screens December 21. The movie directed by James Wan is the original movie of half-human and half-Atlantean Arthur Curry and it showcases the journey. Apart from Jason, the movie also stars Amber Heard, Willem Dafoe, Patrick Wilson and Nicole Kidman among others. The film will release in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu in India and the same is in 3D and IMAX 3D.

NVR Cinemas have acquired the theatrical rights of the movie. As per reports, a special five-minute long footage of Aquaman will be played with Fantastic Beats: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Momoa, who is best known for portraying the role of Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones, had said in an interview that Aquaman is his toughest role till date. "Aquaman is the hardest movie I' ve done in my life, physically, and I had two stunt doubles. Both of them got hurt, and so did I. The sheer amount of stunts and action in this was insane," he had said.

When asked about the movie, Momoa said: “You see his mother and father and him being a child and growing up and then being separated from his mother. He is not accepted. If you’ve been told your whole life that you are this chosen one, and then you are treated as a half-breed and a piece of crap, you revolt against everything. Then, you get to see that man who is alone open up, and he has a lot to offer the world, and the world needs his beauty.”


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