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Around the same period in 2018 that the DC universe transported us to the icy, uncharted depths of the oceans and introduced us to the world of the Atlantians, the Marvel superheroes launched into space to battle Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War. As 2023 draws to a close, we are once more welcomed to investigate the thriving underwater society, which is ablaze with bioluminescent creatures and the rockstar energy of Arthur Curry, better known as Aquaman.

James Wan, who is back directing the follow-up, discusses how the protagonist’s life has changed in the movie. “Arthur now has to balance being a father and the King of Atlantis, protecting his realm and his family.

In contrast to our previous film, which was a love story centered on Arthur, this action-adventure features two brothers—Arthur and Orm—overcoming their differences in order to save the planet.

And from what or whom specifically do they need to save the planet? Who else but Black Manta, Aquaman’s greatest adversary. Fans of the DC Universe praised Yahya Abdul-Mateen II’s portrayal of Black Manta unanimously, despite the mixed reviews that 2018’s Aquaman may have received. According to Wan, we will witness an advanced Black Manta who is more determined, lethally enhanced, and enraged. “Black Manta, who is even more formidable than Arthur and Orm, is driven by a darker sense of revenge and a deep love for his father.

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