Jason Momoa Reveals New Stealth Suit For “Aquaman 2”
You just had to know that Aquaman would be getting some fresh duds for Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. Momoa shared the new look on Instagram, where he posed side-by-side shots of the previous suit and his new “stealth suit,” and you’ll notice some big changes.
The first thing you’ll note is the suit’s new color, which eschews the first film’s shimmering green and orange hues to go a bit darker, relying on blacks and blues. The suit’s iconic scaling also seems to have been tweaked—it’s a little less serpentine, now. The stealth suit also includes more plating on the arms and legs, and it owes its name to its new tech-based capabilities of a cephalopod’s ability to camouflage itself. Momoa’s Arthur Curry will be facing even greater tests in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, and even a superhero needs the ability to disappear once in a while. Especially when you have to face a super jacked Black Manta.
Traditionally, Aquaman has boasted some of the most colorful looks of any of DC’s superheroes, so this new suit might hold significant clues to the tone of the sequel. We know that Arthur Curry will be facing serious challenges to his sudden rise after he defeated Patrick Wilson’s King Orm in the first film, but plot specifics are being kept way down in the deep for now. We also know that along with Wilson returning as King Orm and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II returning as Black Manta, Amber Heard is back as Mera, Dolph Lundgren as King Nereus, Temuera Morrison as Tom Curry, and Game of Thrones‘ Pilou Asbæk will have some kind of meaty role as a villain.
Check out Aquaman’s new stealth suit here:
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Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is due in theaters on December 16, 2022.
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Featured image: Aquaman (Jason Momoa) in his new steal suit. Courtesy Jason Momoa/Warner Bros.