Jason Momoa Is Going Blonde For Aquaman 2

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2018 Aquaman was a huge hit. So it’s not a surprise that the sequel is now in preparation. This Jason Momoa starter made a whopping $1.148 Billion worldwide. Hence, the expectations with the sequel are already through the roof. Previously, James Wan announced the film’s official title, and it’s called “Aquaman and the Long Kingdom.” Momoa is returning to reprise his role as Arthur Curry. Whereas cast members from the 2018 flick such as Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson, and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II will also be returning. But something fishy is up with the sequel. No, I’m not talking about Amber Heard. Jason Momoa is going blonde for Aquaman 2!


Jason Momoa Goes Blonde Aquaman 2

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The filming for the sequel has officially begun for the highly anticipated sequel. But it looks like he is ditching his brunette locks and going blonde this time. Taking to Instagram, Momoa revealed this surprising news. While telling his fans that he will report to the set tomorrow, he also commented on his hair. He said, “This is the last day of the brown [hair]. I’m going to be a blonde. Supposedly have more fun. I don’t know about that. We’ll test it out.”

Apart from this, the actor expressed his excitement about meeting the cast and once again shooting with James Wan. His fans supported him dearly in the comments and accompanied another DC actor, Dwayne Johnson. He said, “Have a GREAT shoot brother and give James my love. Have fun!! King of Sea.” 


DC Becomes More Comic Accurate


It looks like DC is finally getting more comic accurate. Now, this is a problem that they could be targeting with The Flash and Aquaman 2. Ezra Miller (Barry Allen) is finally getting the bright scarlet suit. And as for Momoa, Aquaman is now going blonde. In almost every comic iteration of Arthur Curry, the King of Sea is seen in blonde hair, be it long, short, or trimmed. Previously, he had blonde highlights Justice League and Aquaman. But this time, he’s going all out.

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom plunges into theaters on December 16, 2022.

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Written by Deepak Vasisht

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