– Jul 23, 2021 – 01:57:14 PM
When Zack snyder chose Jason momoa to be the Aquaman from the cinematic universe of DC. Some fans were somewhat annoyed, since the actor has brown hair, when the character is not like that in the comics. In them, Arthur Curry, has almost always been depicted as blonde.
Although in the first Aquaman, Jason momoa He did not have the iconic golden hair of his character. It did bear a resemblance to the representation of Curry 90s, with long and flowing hair, with a very thick beard. Well, it seems that in the sequel, fans will finally be able to have the fidelity to the comics they have been waiting for so long.
Aquaman sequel will finally give you your blonde hair
The actor Jason momoa uploaded a video to his Instagram. In this, it informs that it is already in London to start recordings of Aquaman: The Lost Kingdom. The sequel to the successful 2018 film, where we will also see back to Amber heard What Mere, despite the scandals.
What took many by surprise was that Momoa He mentioned that, since he was going to start filming, he would have to say goodbye to his brown hair, because he would dye it blonde. This immediately ignited the networks, with excited fans and media, because this implies that they will finally have the Aquaman blonde from the comics.
Although in the first installment she only had a few blonde locks at the end of her long hair. It seems that now they are ready to give us the totally radiant and saiyan look of Aquaman. But there is still the question of how they will explain the color change, is it because the salt water will have bleached her hair?
At the moment we don’t know much about the plot of Aquaman: The Lost Kingdom, more than apparently it will be more faithful to the comic and we will see the return of Black Blanket, perhaps as the main villain. The film is planned to hit theaters in December 2022, there is still a while.
Let’s hope they just take the blonde hair from the comics, because if they want to be more faithful, we may not have good news for one of the hands of Arthur Curry. While we wait for its premiere or more news, stay informed of the world of cinema with some of these: