The Internet Reacts To The First Look At Nicole Kidman In 'Aquaman'

The Internet Reacts To The First Look At Nicole Kidman In 'Aquaman'

The onset photos features the likes of Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Amber Heard as Mera, and we finally get our first look at The Get Down's Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as the classic Aquaman villain, Black Manta, who Wan described as "part mercenary but full-time pirate who in his suit will look like some insane alien from outer space". The final is a flashback scene featuring Aquaman as a baby being held by his mother, Queen Atlanna (Nicole Kidman).

And now, the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly dedicated a long article to the film with finally new images. Luckily, as part of Entertainment Weekly's same first-look feature, plot details that hadn't yet been released beached themselves for our perusal.

Today, the first official image of Nicole Kidman in Aquaman was revealed and fans have shared their reactions to the photo on social media. Wan has also gone on record to describe one of the film's villains Black Manta; "part mercenary but a full-time pirate who in his suit will look like some insane alien from outer space".

Kidman rules red carpet and fashion best dressed looks but now she has gone one better as the glamoroud and sexy Queen Atlanna in the upcoming DC movie.


But Black Manta isn't the only villain Aquaman will have to face off against.

Aquaman hits theaters December 21. Instead, that role is being fulfilled by Patrick Wilson, who is no stranger to DC Comics, playing Nite Owl in 2009's Watchmen. "He's authentically from two worlds, he's this real physical specimen, he's got this humor which he's never been allowed to play before - in every regard he is Aquaman", EW reported. "This is a really interesting character even if the main story remains the one between Jason Momoa and Patrick Wilson".

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