Los Angeles [USA], Mar.17 : The King of Atlantis might have to wait a little longer to swim to the theatres.
According to Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. has pushed back the date of DC's much-awaited superhero flick 'Aquaman' to December 21, 2018.
The movie is shifting into a slot, which was earlier occupied by an untitled film from James Cameron's Lightstorm Entertainment that was presumably being held for ' Avatar 2,' but Cameron announced last week that the sequel of 'Avatar' would no longer be released in 2018.
Now, James Wan's directorial will go head-to-head with Sony/Marvel's ' Spider-Man' movie.
The flick sees Jason Momoa playing the titular role, with Amber Heard starring as Mera, Willem Dafoe as Aquaman's advisor-
scientist Dr. Vulko and Patrick Wilson will play Orm, a villain who is also Aquaman's half-brother.
Momoa will also be seen as Aquaman in November's ' Justice League'. (ANI)
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