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“First and Last DCEU movie”: Zack Snyder Fans Go Insane Over Hidden Detail in Jason Momoa’s Aquaman 2 That Links Movie to Henry Cavill’s Man of Steel

“First and Last DCEU movie”: Zack Snyder Fans Go Insane Over Hidden Detail in Jason Momoa’s Aquaman 2 That Links Movie to Henry Cavill’s Man of Steel

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is making rounds on the Internet which is set to bring back Jason Momoa’s titular character for new aquatic adventure. With fans mounting their expectations and excitement for the last movie in the original DC Extended Universe, many are eyeing for what could it likely bring to make the movie memorable for fans.

Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom
Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom

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Given that it has already been in the limelight for a few wrong reasons, it looks like Synder fans have spotted a trivial detail that links the movie with fans’ favorite, Henry Cavill’s Superman. 

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Jason Momoa Shared Similar Moment as Henry Cavill in Man of Steel

Henry Cavill in Man of Steel
Henry Cavill’s ripped body for Superman role in Man of Steel

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Superman has always been a significant figure in the DC Universe which was last portrayed by Henry Cavill starting from 2013’s Man of Steel. Zack Snyder’s directorial was a reboot of the Superman franchise which delighted the fans’ hearts since The Witcher actor left no stone unturned to completely dedicate himself to the role. 

Given that his exit from the franchise is also kicking off the new era of Superman in the franchise, Jason Momoa‘s Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom has brought back an iconic moment that is strikingly similar to the 2013 film. 

An X (formerly Twitter) user uploaded a snap combining the picture of Cavill’s chiseled physique from the Zack Snyder movie with Momoa’s new film. 

Check out the tweet here. 

Without a doubt, Snyder fans couldn’t help but gush over the similar frame with which original DCEU actors shared a moment. For the unversed, Cavill’s Clark Kent moment is one of the famous scenes in the first DCEU film as it showcased the actor’s sheer determination and intense hard work to gain the ripped physique for the superhero role.

Fans Reaction to Aquaman 2‘s Hidden Detail With Man of Steel

Jason Momoa in a still from Aquaman
Jason Momoa in a still from Aquaman

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Undoubtedly, fans were quick to relate Momoa’s new film moment with the famous moment of Henry Cavill‘s movie. Snyder fans expressed their opinion on the hidden detail linking the two movies in the X user’s post.

Check out the fans’ tweets here.

Another commented on how both the sequences could have been completed by presenting their theory for the moment when Cavill’s Clark Kent stole the clothes in his standalone film.

One fan pointed out a hilarious connection between both pictures.

Under the direction of James Wan, Aquaman 2 is bringing back characters from the 2018 movie including Patrick Wilson, Amber Heard, Dolph Lundgren, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and Nicole Kidman. With the last film of the original DCEU awaiting its arrival in theatres, fans are concerned whether the Atlantis superhero would make his place in the new DC Universe.

As the Fast X actor is positive about the character’s involvement in the franchise’s future, Wan has also confirmed that the superhero has undergone alterations to fit into the new universe. However, the franchise’s future to link the new universe to its past remains a question as the new slate has already been announced with major changes observed.

Aquaman 2 is set to release on December 20, 2023.

Source: X (Formerly Twitter)

Written by Priya Sharma

Priya Sharma is an entertainment niche content writer at FandomWire. A Journalism and Mass Communication graduate from the University of Lucknow, she has written over 1000 articles on Animated Times and Fandomwire combined and holds experience in event management too. She has a healthy(?) obsession with the Hallyu culture and is also exploring anime as well. When not working, she indulges herself in binge-watching K-dramas, playing Ukulele, and trying to seek the attention of her cute buddy, Shiro.