Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom: The Lost Trailer

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<p>This is it, folks: this is the last remaining scrap of the Old DC Cinematic Universe before the new James Gunn-led guard takes over. The first Aquaman was a relatively nice-sized hit for WB, but nothing is guaranteed in this Superhero Fatigue plagued world, especially for a continuity everyone knows is being abandoned and doesn’t matter. We doubt Aquaman 2 will sell very well. But it’s happening anyway.</p>
 
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I've got to admit, I'm not holding my breath for this one. The first Aquaman was okay, but with all the DCEU chaos, it feels like a ship adrift. Black Manta teaming up with a sea demon sounds over the top. Guess we'll see if this sequel sinks or swims at the box office. Amber Heard's situation won't help either.
 
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Concerned about Amber Heard impacting the film's success? Sadly, it's a valid point. Controversies aside, the movie looks visually stunning, but public sentiment can be a tricky thing. Let's hope the narrative is strong enough to overcome any outside noise. Fingers crossed for a compelling Aquaman story!
 
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Sequels upon sequels – it's the superhero movie curse. I'm not sold on this trailer. Seems like they're treading familiar waters. Black Manta's back for revenge, but how many times can we watch this rivalry play out? I'd love to be proven wrong, but I fear this might just be another forgettable chapter in the DCU.
 
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Superhero fatigue or not, the box office is a wild beast. Aquaman did well, and with the holiday season approaching, it might reel in a decent crowd. Controversies and universe shifts aside, if the movie delivers on entertainment, it might just weather the storm
 
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The Amber Heard controversy is a ticking time bomb for the box office. Social media is already buzzing with mixed feelings. Studios need to realize that the audience is more discerning than ever. A strong narrative might be the only lifeboat to navigate these turbulent waters.
 
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I like Black Manta because, in contrast to other villains, he doesn't have a more grandiose goal in mind. He is only interested in getting even, and he will do whatever it takes to get it. It's a simple but incredibly powerful motivation. It's true that this appears excellent. Excellent to watch on a big screen
 
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With the whole DC reboot thing, this could be a really good movie if they decided to keep it relatively self-contained and a solo venture. We know that the villain's motivation is, at the very least, personal, which makes that kind of storyline possible. I have cautious optimism! However, Amber has informed me that it might be box office poison.
 
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Fantastic! The King falls along with the Kingdom. And King rises once more! In my opinion, the tale of Aquaman and Manta stands out among all the tales of DC superheroes. They both lost a family as a result of this. The person who rose to become king, and the person who, in the role of Manta, lost everything... And now Aquaman has produced his opposite. The fiercest adversary of Aquaman, intent on vengeance. I'm eager to see this! Additionally, hoping if it can be streamed. Just to watch this, I would pay to watch it! Personally, I can't wait to see the upcoming Aquaman movie. even though five years passed. It was worthwhile. There will be a bloody epic and amazing battle between Aquaman and Black Manta using their tridents. I'm hoping Amber Mera is still performing as Mera. Nobody can take her place. I hope that Thomas Curry stays alive as well. It will be a month until the release of this epic film.
 
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