‘Aquaman 2’: Yahya Abdul-Mateen II says recordings should start soon

The wait for the ‘Aquaman’ sequel is almost over, as the cast and crew at DC Comics are already gearing up for recordings.

The information was revealed by Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, interpreter of Arraia Negra, on his Twitter profile.

In the post, the star shared a video fixing her hair to compose Arraia’s look and added an animated figure of the iconic villain.

In the caption he wrote:

“Preparation for ‘Aquaman 2’.”

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Aquaman 2 prep. pic.twitter.com/yBrUR0aDmN

– Yahya Abdul-Mateen 2 (@yahya) January 28, 2021

Previously, protagonist Jason Momoa revealed to Entertainment Tonight that the new movie will be majestic.

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“There is a lot more in store at many levels,” he commented. “[A continuação] that will be great. Much bigger! “.

Recalling that Nicole Kidman, Patrick Wilson and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II will reprise their roles as Queen Atlanna, ruler of the ocean and villainous Arraia Negra, respectively. Momoa returns as the titular character.

Actress Amber Heard also assured Entertainment Weekly that she would return as Mera, after a petition went viral asking the actress to quit the cast.

“I’m very excited about the amount of fan love and the amount of fan appreciation that Aquaman has gained that has generated so much excitement for Aquaman and Mera. It means we will be back. I’m so excited to shoot the sequel, ”the actress said.

The sequel is slated for release in December 2022.

Released in 2018, “ Aquaman ” grossed $ 1.148 billion worldwide, making it one of DC’s biggest financial hits in partnership with Warner Bros.

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