Jason Momoa’s Potential Return as Aquaman and the Future of the DCEU

Get ready for the potential return of Jason Momoa as Aquaman! With "Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom" wrapping up the DCEU, fans are left speculating. Find out more about Momoa's hints and the future plans for the DC Universe in this intriguing read. #Aquaman #DCEU

Jason Momoa has been the poster guy for the DCEU and his role as Aquaman has been a splash hit. With “Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom” being the supposed end of the DCEU, Momoa has been dropping hints about his potential return as the watery hero. In an interview with ETalk, Momoa expressed his pride in the upcoming movie, stating, “I think this is one of those movies that you want to see it all get tied up, and I think it’s a really good way to finish it all.” But then he left fans hanging with a sly “unless…unless” and the classic “it’s up to the fans” line. Sneaky, Momoa, sneaky.

Now, let’s address the elephant – or should we say, the giant sea creature – in the room. James Gunn seems to be shaking things up in the DCEU, with plans to recast every Justice League member for his new DC universe. So, does this mean we won’t be seeing Momoa donning his trident again? Well, as Momoa himself said, “who knows? It is a big universe.” Could there be room for two Aquamen in this crazy DC world? Maybe, but let’s not get our fins in a twist just yet.

But what about the future of the DC Universe, you ask? Well, James Gunn and Peter Safran have big plans, claiming that their vision for the DC Universe includes a unified storyline across film, television, animation, and video game projects. The duo also hinted at the possibility of bringing back elements from previous DC regimes, meaning that the upcoming eight-to-year plan is not a full reboot. Intriguing, isn’t it? So, for those of you who were worried about the fate of characters from movies like “Shazam! Fury of the Gods,” “The Flash,” “Blue Beetle,” and “Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom,” there might still be hope for their appearances in the new DCU. Keep those fingers crossed, folks!

So, in conclusion, the end of the DCEU may not be the end of Jason Momoa’s Aquaman after all. Momoa’s enigmatic words and the future plans for the DC Universe have left fans speculating and eagerly awaiting the release of “Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom.” Will we see Momoa return as the Defender of the Deep? Only time – and perhaps the fans – will tell. Stay tuned for more updates on the future of the DC Universe and keep your underwater goggles ready for any surprises!

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