As the excitement of the U.S. premier of Warner Bros. Aquaman continues to build, the International openings have already begun and Jason Mamoa has decided to commemorate the press junket with a YouTube Channel starting with a seven minute video about the China part of the tour.
This channel comes out just in time as the social media embargo that had been in place for those select few who have had a chance to see the film to be lifted. As a whole, these early reactions have been largely positive, giving fans hope for the film to fit in with Wonder Woman as a positive step for the DC Films Universe.
Here are a few of those reactions:
#Aquaman is great. James Wan made a really unique super hero origin film, often crossing into fantasy-epic territory, but grounded in family and discovery.
— Brandon Davis (@BrandonDavisBD) November 26, 2018
Short & sweet reaction to #Aquaman is that I loved it. It’s a comic book movie through & through with great action, iconic moments & visual spectacle to spare. Momoa makes the character his own & Wan honors the traditional aspects, but elevates it to the modern era. It’s a blast.
— Paul Shirey (@arcticninjapaul) November 26, 2018
— Umberto Gonzalez (@elmayimbe) November 26, 2018
#Aquaman was an absolute blast, from the charm of Momoa's Arthur Curry, to the spectacular visuals to the fun that it was clear that everyone was having. It was exactly what I was hoping for and I can't wait to see it again! I'll give you more details when I'm allowed! pic.twitter.com/FyeczAJJIJ
— Jenna Busch (@JennaBusch) November 26, 2018
So far so good for those DC fans who have been hoping that Aquaman will be the film that will equal the critical and financial success of Wonder Woman. We will have an answer when it premiers on December 21st. Does the positive vibe from the majority of those who have seen the film give you hope for Aquaman? Share those thoughts with us at GVNation.
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