Aquaman

Once home to the most advanced civilization on Earth, Atlantis is now an underwater kingdom ruled by the power-hungry King Orm. With a vast army at his disposal, Orm plans to conquer the remaining oceanic people and then the surface world. Standing in his way is Arthur Curry, Orm’s half-human, half-Atlantean brother and true heir to the throne.
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Film Cast:

  • Arthur Curry / Aquaman: Jason Momoa
  • Mera: Amber Heard
  • Nuidis Vulko: Willem Dafoe
  • King Orm Marius / Ocean Master: Patrick Wilson
  • Atlanna: Nicole Kidman
  • King Nereus: Dolph Lundgren
  • David Kane / Black Manta: Yahya Abdul-Mateen II
  • Thomas Curry: Temuera Morrison
  • Captain Murk: Ludi Lin
  • Jesse Kane (Manta’s Father): Michael Beach
  • Dr. Stephen Shin: Randall Park
  • King Atlan: Graham McTavish
  • Cargo Pilot: Leigh Whannell
  • Young Arthur (3 Years Old): Tainui Kirkwood
  • Young Arthur (3 Years Old): Tamor Kirkwood
  • Young Arthur (3 Years Old): Denzel Quirke
  • Young Arthur (9 Years Old): Kaan Guldur
  • Young Arthur (13 Years Old): Otis Dhanji
  • Young Arthur (16 Years Old): Kekoa Kekumano
  • Karathen (voice): Julie Andrews
  • Brine King (voice): John Rhys-Davies
  • King Ricou (voice): Djimon Hounsou
  • Brine King / King Ricou (mocap): Andrew Crawford
  • Fisherman Princess: Sophia Forrest
  • Queen Rina: Natalia Safran
  • Newscaster: Micah Ohlman
  • Mike (Bully): Jack Andrew
  • Matt (Bully): Frankie Creagh-Leslie
  • Tour Guide (Aquarium): Sophia Emberson-Bain
  • Submarine Captain: Ilya Melnikoff
  • Submarine Pirate: Hank Amos
  • Submarine Crew Member: Kyryl Koltsov
  • Cue Ball: Patrick Cox
  • Biker: Luke Owen
  • Professor James: Robert Longstreet
  • Newscaster Morgan: Devika Parikh
  • Metalsmith: Sonny Le
  • Italian Vendor: Jon Fabian
  • Italian Young Girl: Mabel Tamone
  • Italian Old Woman: Rita Dinardo
  • Barfly: Anthony Standish
  • Italian Mother: Nicolette Bianca
  • Flower Stall Vendor: Victor Leto
  • Italian Bell Father: Vincent B. Gorce
  • Italian Bell Girl: Gabriella Petkova
  • Italian Bell Mother: Oriana Lacono
  • Ancient Atlantean Woman: Pearl Grantham
  • Ancient Atlantean Child: Noa Tsuchiya
  • Arthur’s Teacher: Alice Lanesbury
  • Atlantean Soldier #1: Nicolas Bosc
  • Atlantean Soldier #2: Joshua Levinson
  • White Guard / Red Commando (uncredited): Garreth Hadfield

Film Crew:

  • Director of Photography: Don Burgess
  • Sound Designer: Harry Cohen
  • Producer: Charles Roven
  • Story: James Wan
  • Music Editor: Charlie Clouser
  • Original Music Composer: Rupert Gregson-Williams
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Peter Brown
  • Costume Design: Kym Barrett
  • Foley Artist: Catherine Harper
  • Casting: Anne McCarthy
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Jim Berney
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Tim Alexander
  • Producer: Zack Snyder
  • Music Editor: J.J. George
  • Stunt Coordinator: R. A. Rondell
  • Producer: Rob Cowan
  • Visual Effects Producer: Alex Bicknell
  • Property Master: Richie Dehne
  • Executive Producer: Walter Hamada
  • Producer: Peter Safran
  • Production Design: Bill Brzeski
  • Second Unit Director of Photography: David Burr
  • ADR Voice Casting: Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson
  • Editor: Kirk M. Morri
  • Supervising Art Director: Richard Hobbs
  • Executive Producer: Jon Berg
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Kelvin McIlwain
  • Music: Joseph Bishara
  • Producer: Deborah Snyder
  • Hairdresser: Noriko Watanabe
  • Set Decoration: Danielle Berman
  • Second Unit Director of Photography: Christopher Ball
  • Unit Publicist: Ernie Malik
  • Sculptor: Todd Rex
  • Stunts: Jonathan Costelloe
  • Screenplay: David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick
  • Story: Geoff Johns
  • Stunts: Mike Duncan
  • Story: Will Beall
  • Set Designer: Kevin Loo
  • Hair Designer: Lesley Vanderwalt
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Chelsea Staebell
  • Sound Mixer: Guntis Sics
  • First Assistant Editor: Dave Cory
  • Key Costumer: Cindy Rosenthal
  • Characters: Mort Weisinger
  • Casting: Kellie Roy
  • Stunt Double: Kofi Yiadom
  • Art Direction: Eugene Intas
  • Sound Designer: Joe Dzuban
  • Costumer: Roberta Shaw
  • Stunt Double: Craig Henningsen
  • Music Editor: Peter Oso Snell
  • Art Department Coordinator: Lindsay Good
  • Title Designer: Aaron Becker
  • Set Designer: Ross Perkin
  • Conceptual Design: Victor James Martinez
  • Visual Effects Producer: Thomas Tannenberger
  • Set Designer: Tim Croshaw
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Darren Poe
  • Visual Effects Producer: Julie Orosz
  • ADR Supervisor: Dan Morgan
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Rick Sander
  • Set Designer: David Chow
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Tim LeBlanc
  • Script Supervisor: Jody Blose
  • Visual Effects Producer: Kimberly Nelson LoCascio
  • Art Direction: Bill Booth
  • Still Photographer: Jasin Boland
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Jay Barton
  • Concept Artist: Keith Christensen
  • Visual Effects Editor: Brad Minnich
  • Steadicam Operator: Peter McCaffrey
  • Visual Effects Editor: Zack Mazerolle
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Sébastien Moreau
  • Costumer: Steve Constancio
  • Script Supervisor: Joyce Heftel
  • Foley Artist: Katherine Rose
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: James E. Price
  • Hairdresser: Jennifer Stanfield
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Tony Cole
  • Gaffer: Shaun Conway
  • Visual Effects Editor: Jeremy Bradley
  • Camera Operator: Calum McFarlane
  • Location Manager: Duncan Jones
  • Camera Operator: Darrin Keough
  • Dialect Coach: Jenny Kent
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Zahida Bacchus
  • CG Artist: Pierre-Simon Lebrun-Chaput
  • Makeup & Hair: Anita Morgan
  • Dialogue Editor: Kira Roessler
  • Script Supervisor: Tracy L. Moody
  • First Assistant Editor: Kevin Hickman
  • Animation Supervisor: Pimentel A. Raphael
  • Visual Effects Producer: Julie Cardinal
  • Sound Designer: Stephen P. Robinson
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Bryan Hirota
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Tim Pounds-Cornish
  • Assistant Art Director: Jenny Hitchcock
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Daniel Macarin
  • Makeup & Hair: Tess Natoli
  • First Assistant “A” Camera: Ricky Schamburg
  • Art Direction: Desma Murphy
  • Steadicam Operator: Matthew Moriarty
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Bruce Jones
  • Visual Effects Editor: Rolf Fleischmann
  • Supervising ADR Editor: Glynna Grimala
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Harry Mukhopadhyay
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Gunther Schatz
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Charles Gibson
  • CG Artist: Philippe Sylvain
  • Animation Supervisor: Nicholas Tripodi
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Brian Cox
  • Costume Supervisor: Mel Dykes
  • Costumer: Samantha Walker
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Jeff White
  • Hairdresser: Georgia Lockhart-Adams
  • Script Supervisor: Carolina Häggström
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Zachary Mallett
  • 2D Supervisor: Meng Liu
  • Sound Mix Technician: Mark Purcell
  • Storyboard Artist: Collin Grant
  • Stunts: Sebastian Foxx
  • Production Coordinator: Bridgett Buss
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Joel Cheyne
  • Stunt Double: Daniel Graham
  • 3D Editor: Brett Schlaman
  • Set Decorating Coordinator: John Higgins
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Philippe Rebours
  • Stunts: Nicolas Bosc
  • Senior Animator: Scott Kravitz
  • Digital Intermediate Colorist: Philip Beckner
  • ADR Recordist: Gareth Van Niekerk
  • First Assistant Director: P.J. Voeten
  • Costume Supervisor: Carolyn Dessert
  • Assistant Art Director: Michael Gowen
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Mathieu Raynault
  • Music Supervisor: Michelle Kuznetsky
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Sze Jia Eng
  • Sound Designer: Eliot Connors
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Shawn Smolensky
  • Music Editor: Jeanette Surga
  • Rigging Grip: Judd Wild
  • Graphic Designer: Christopher Isenegger
  • Animation Supervisor: Eric Petey
  • First Assistant “B” Camera: David Elmes
  • First Assistant “C” Camera: Scott Dolan
  • CG Supervisor: Sylvain Theroux
  • Key Grip: David Nichols
  • Contact Lens Technician: Jac Charlton
  • Casting Associate: Morgan Robbins
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Philippe Soeiro
  • Camera Operator: Lotfi El Gorda
  • Concept Artist: James Carson
  • VFX Editor: Lei Zhang
  • Visual Effects Editor: Katrina Taylor
  • Digital Effects Supervisor: Arek Komorowski
  • Conceptual Design: Christian Scheurer
  • Senior Generalist: John O’Connell
  • Visual Effects Editor: Michael Fournier
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Jay Mehta
  • Aerial Director of Photography: Peter Beeh
  • Visual Effects Producer: Anwei Chen
  • Visual Effects Editor: Vincent Liebig
  • First Assistant Director: Albert Cho
  • CG Supervisor: Raphael Letertre
  • Visual Effects Editor: Céline Zapater
  • Storyboard Artist: Martin L. Mercer
  • Lead Animator: Nikhil Deshmukh
  • Visual Effects Producer: Melanie Callaghan
  • Construction Foreman: David Childs
  • Animation Supervisor: Kim Ooi
  • Storyboard Artist: Josh Sheppard
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Roland Langschwert
  • Costume Coordinator: Megan Worthy
  • VFX Editor: Shenyan Liu
  • Compositing Supervisor: Alex Guri
  • Casting Associate: Jeanette Benzie
  • CG Supervisor: Avi Goodman
  • VFX Editor: Michael Gilbert
  • Characters: Paul Norris
  • Video Assist Operator: Luis Olivares
  • Animation Supervisor: Christophe St-Pierre Paradis
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Henry Wan
  • Makeup Artist: Sharon Robbins
  • Electrician: Chris Strong
  • First Assistant Director: Simon Warnock
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Sina Sultani
  • Storyboard Artist: Darryl Henley
  • Dolly Grip: Mal Booth
  • Key Rigging Grip: David Thomson
  • Foley Mixer: Darrin Mann
  • ADR Mixer: Aaron Southerland
  • Camera Operator: Frank Flick
  • First Assistant Editor: Carlos Castillon
  • Techno Crane Operator: Bogdan Iofciulescu
  • Digital Intermediate Producer: Pamela Scott-Farr
  • First Assistant Director: Luigi Spoletini
  • Costumer: Kate Katz
  • Assistant Art Director: Tony Drew
  • Costume Illustrator: Robert McKinnon
  • Creature Technical Director: Yi Shan
  • Stunt Double: Joanna Bennett
  • Stunt Coordinator: Kyle Gardiner
  • Set Dresser: Doug Franks
  • CG Artist: Stéphanie Morin
  • Textile Artist: Liz Oliver
  • Animation Supervisor: Cedric Lo
  • Standby Carpenter: Wayne Diskin
  • Hairstylist: Karen Kelly
  • Key Costumer: Jamella Hassan
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Lesly Cazares
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Harry Lam
  • Costumer: Tanya Woelfle
  • Costume Supervisor: Helen Maggs
  • Costume Coordinator: Melissa Crabtree
  • Lighting Technician: Mark Bills
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Jodie Weston
  • Matchmove Supervisor: Etienne Poulin St-Laurent
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Tom Rubendall
  • Camera Operator: Jack Wareham
  • Seamstress: Margie Stafford
  • Rigging Grip: Dorian Djoudi
  • Rigging Grip: David Hunter
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Josh Dagg
  • Set Decoration Buyer: Charlie Shelley
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Naveen Kumar
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Amelie Thomas
  • Compositing Supervisor: Francis Puthanangadi
  • Visual Effects Producer: Robert Schajer
  • Ager/Dyer: Ian Churchill
  • Visual Effects Producer: Eric Kimelton
  • Makeup & Hair: Tori Gray
  • Animation Supervisor: Clement Yip
  • Lighting Technician: Jamie Garside
  • Digital Intermediate Editor: Bob Fredrickson
  • CG Supervisor: Mathias Lautour
  • Key Grip: Simon Cooke
  • Costume Supervisor: Christine Kenny
  • Costumer: Elvis Schmoulianoff
  • Lighting Technician: Nathan Frost
  • CG Supervisor: Ioan Boieriu
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Jessica Carrington
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Yegor Tesler
  • Lead Animator: Bill Bridges
  • VFX Production Coordinator: Matteo Veglia
  • Storyboard Artist: Matt Hatton
  • Camera Operator: Lilia Sellami
  • VFX Editor: Ilkka Uitto
  • Production Accountant: Maria Fiorito
  • Lead Animator: Andrew Park
  • Storyboard Artist: Constance Buccafurri
  • Compositing Supervisor: Bill Eyler
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Daniel Tan
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Lane Howard
  • Assistant Editor: Mandy Jacobs
  • Rigging Gaffer: Craig Clark
  • Camera Operator: Stephen Oh
  • Lighting Technician: Charlie Adams
  • Electrician: Tom Doyle
  • Contact Lens Designer: Cristina Patterson
  • Focus Puller: Gian Claudio Giacomini
  • Assistant Production Coordinator: Kate Weatherly
  • Production Coordinator: Candice Preddy
  • Colorist: Greg Curry
  • Senior Animator: Erik Morgansen
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Ale Melendez
  • Storyboard Artist: James Doh
  • Matte Painter: Rodgers Paul
  • Matte Painter: Mai-Anh Tran
  • Matte Painter: Matthieu Veillette
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Alexandra Robert
  • Senior Animator: Chris Sokalofsky
  • Compositing Supervisor: Kodie Mackenzie
  • Stunts: Linda Kessler
  • Compositing Supervisor: Johannes Peter
  • Matte Painter: Jaeil Seo
  • Matte Painter: Thomas Warrender
  • CG Supervisor: David Cunningham
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Daniel Paul Newman
  • Stunt Double: Clint Elvy
  • Props: Ellisha James
  • Standby Carpenter: Richard Nitz
  • Best Boy Electric: Matthew Linfoot
  • Lighting Technician: Aaron Cordery
  • Electrician: Steve Grainger
  • Grip: Aaron Rapira
  • Second Assistant “A” Camera: Robbie MacKinnon
  • CG Supervisor: Ryan Mintenko
  • Compositing Supervisor: Chris Dawson
  • Stunt Double: Anthony Rinna
  • Lighting Technician: Sami Gustafsson
  • CG Artist: Eliott Beaudon
  • CG Artist: Ghislain Bruneau
  • CG Artist: Etienne Laroche
  • CG Artist: Cyril Plusse
  • Makeup Artist: Tia Stephanou
  • Extras Casting: Bud Hopes
  • Creature Technical Director: Benjamin Soh
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Laura Brocato
  • Grip: Martin Torner
  • Compositing Supervisor: Dave Griffiths
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Monish Nair
  • Senior Animator: Andre Tong
  • Lead Animator: Zaini Jalani
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Melissa Tierney
  • Senior Generalist: Tong Zhou
  • Matte Painter: Florence Durante
  • Tattoo Designer: Lee Gren
  • Modeling: Vincent Vezina
  • Animation Supervisor: Alex Poei
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Emilie Gagnon
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Alisha Lim
  • Stunts: Gary Fry
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Craig Wentworth
  • Compositing Supervisor: Adam Balentine
  • Focus Puller: Zakaria Badreddine
  • CG Artist: Philip Harris-Genois
  • Props: Tony Voevodin
  • Camera Operator: Rob Stagg
  • CG Supervisor: Yogendra Tonke
  • 2D Supervisor: Amit Kumar
  • First Assistant Director: Terry Stone
  • Modelling Supervisor: Erin Nicholson
  • Production Accountant: Angela Kenny
  • Swing: Harrison Trubie
  • Marine Coordinator: Carl Blacklidge
  • Main Title Designer: Simon Clowes
  • Conceptual Illustrator: James Oxford
  • Stunts: Sebastiano Cartier
  • Assistant Camera: Ilham El Abdi
  • First Assistant Accountant: Marlene Marks
  • Creature Technical Director: Nathan Srigley
  • Production Manager: Vivek Arora
  • Stunt Double: Kim Fardy
  • Stunt Double: Cory Beeston
  • Stunt Double: Hayley Wright
  • Stunts: Baz Karbouris
  • Stunts: Hayden Stewart
  • Stunts: Nick Turello
  • Stunts: Lachlan Robbie
  • Stunts: Marco Sinigaglia
  • Art Direction: Fred Palacio
  • Lighting Technician: Mathew Harte
  • Lighting Technician: Matt Robinson
  • Rigging Grip: Paul Reddin
  • Key Makeup Artist: Lindy Hartley
  • Costume Assistant: Zoa Lopez
  • Costume Assistant: Maddison Lord
  • Costume Assistant: Rob Sinclair
  • Costume Assistant: Emma Zemitis
  • Costumer: Siobhan Claridy
  • Costumer: Alexi Creecy
  • Costumer: Patrick Worthington
  • Costumer: David Olde
  • Set Costumer: Bianca Maeseele
  • Set Costumer: Terra Stuart
  • Textile Artist: Laura Renouf
  • Wardrobe Assistant: Maryssa Stumpf
  • Assistant Editor: Joey Amron
  • 3D Artist: Davide Pagin
  • 3D Animator: Jonathan Canales Kapustín
  • 3D Generalist: Ellery Ortiz
  • Animation Technical Director: James Hollingworth
  • CG Artist: Flavio Segal
  • CG Supervisor: Francesco Pinto
  • Compositing Supervisor: Vincent Papaix
  • Compositing Supervisor: Paolo Acri
  • Compositing Supervisor: Eric Andrusyszyn
  • Compositing Supervisor: Julien Hery
  • Compositing Supervisor: Mathew Giampa
  • Creature Technical Director: Amer Alameddine
  • Creature Technical Director: Gabriela Pruszkowska
  • Creature Technical Director: Young Lee
  • Digital Effects Supervisor: Jason Bowers
  • Lead Animator: Bartek Kujbida
  • Matchmove Supervisor: Julian Gregory
  • Matchmove Supervisor: Evan Fraser
  • Modelling Supervisor: Jo-Wan Chao
  • Modelling Supervisor: Dominic Piché
  • Senior Generalist: Asier Hernaez Lavina
  • Senior Generalist: Chris Pember
  • Senior Generalist: Delcio Gomes
  • VFX Editor: Kandace Morran
  • Visual Effects Producer: Tricia Mulgrew
  • Visual Effects Producer: David Fox
  • Visual Effects Producer: Don Kennedy
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Nick Mikesell
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Josephine Dinata
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Adam Tate
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Kevin Maliakal
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Eric Schumacher
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Vinod Gundre
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Alex Prichard
  • Payroll Accountant: Sharon Tribolet
  • Payroll Accountant: Hine Tuaeu
  • Production Coordinator: Hajar Belkasmi
  • Production Coordinator: Eleonora Spadaro
  • Production Secretary: Murray Alford
  • Production Secretary: Cathryn Hammond
  • Security: Jason John Williams
  • Security: Evan Koutavakis
  • Travel Coordinator: James Cowling
  • Set Decoration: Beverley Dunn
  • Stunts: Elissa Cadwell
  • Production Accountant: Matt Hughes
  • Costumer: Natalie Bracher
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Graham Tailleur
  • Camera Operator: Michael Burgess
  • Second Assistant Director: Rahul Singh Agnihotri
  • Set Decoration Buyer: Emma Rudkin
  • Grip: Fabrizio Diamanti
  • Props: David Renn
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Michael Armstrong
  • Layout: Carolina Jiménez
  • Boom Operator: Seth Jackson
  • Set Dresser: Shane Aumont
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Steve Ditchburn
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Benjamin Milling
  • Boom Operator: Andy McKean
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Nicole Maria Nonis
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Craig Saxby
  • Props: Gena Vazquez
  • Art Department Coordinator: Lauren Ann Evans
  • Conceptual Design: Neptali Cisneros
  • Construction Foreman: Fred Hughes
  • Construction Foreman: Michael Verbeek
  • Graphic Designer: Joel Dimmack
  • Leadman: Dane Churchouse
  • Painter: Lucy Allan
  • Prop Maker: Francesca Sabeto
  • Props: Josh Beacham
  • Props: Shane Bennett
  • Props: John Burless
  • Props: Bern Castle
  • Props: Michael Elvidge
  • Props: Byron McGilvray
  • Props: Rachel Minchin
  • Props: John Satler
  • Props: Matthew Whetter
  • Set Decorating Coordinator: Peta Logan
  • Set Designer: Aidan Gray
  • Set Designer: Rachel van Baarle
  • Set Dresser: Andrew Crichton
  • Set Dresser: Simon Gill
  • Set Dresser: John Mathew Kelly
  • Set Dresser: Karleen Harrington
  • Assistant Camera: Jonathan Dontchev
  • Best Boy Grip: Ider Eddadsi
  • Grip: Scott Chase
  • Grip: Roberto Angelelli
  • Libra Head Technician: Chris Maljers
  • Second Assistant “B” Camera: Naomi Sharp
  • Second Assistant “C” Camera: Jeremy Wheatley
  • First Assistant Director: Mehdi Elkhaoudy
  • ADR Recordist: Emad Borjian
  • ADR Recordist: Ashley Mason
  • Production Sound Mixer: Scott Mulready
  • Costumer: Alex Barton
  • Costumer: Leigh Buchanan
  • Wardrobe Assistant: Ryan Unicomb
  • Digital Effects Supervisor: Julius Lechner
  • Modeling: Nazare Ganesh
  • Modeling: Provash Paul
  • Modeling: Jesse Bechard
  • Modeling: Chris Nix
  • Modelling Supervisor: Pascal Raimbault
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Margot Cayhuela
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Keval Chheda
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Cindy Deringer
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Nadim Ghaoui
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Neil Hughes
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Kelly Emma Jarvis
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Sanat Kapoor
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Oscar Lacson Jr.
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Barra O’Dubhghaill
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Sofia Portantino
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Paige Prokop
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Vani Rakesh
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: William V. Ross
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Braden Scheck
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Kallan Treadwell
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Megan Trezise
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Albert Whitemore
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Jialing Danni Zhang
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Insa Ruderich-Burch
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Sean Wicks
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Lisa Barbier
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Melissa Olsen
  • Stunts: Jack Kingsley
  • Stunts: Brittany Morris
  • VFX Artist: Dan Finnegan
  • Graphic Designer: Michael Epstein

Movie Reviews:

  • anilambaniworks: Good movie to watch.
  • Wuchak: ***Lame-axx butt of a joke no longer***

    Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) lives with his father on the Maine Coast, a caretaker of a lighthouse. With the mentorship of Vulko (Willem Dafoe) and the revelations of Mera (Amber Heard) he discovers that he is the half-breed heir to the underwater kingdom of Atlantis. As the rightful successor to the throne, he must tangle with his brother Orm (Patrick Wilson) to save the surface world from destruction. Meanwhile Black Manta (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) seeks vengeance on Arthur for the death of his father.

    “Aquaman” (2018) is a colorful superhero flick featuring a flashy action scene for every 5 minute lull. It’s reminiscent of “Thor” (2011) and “Thor: The Dark World” (2013), but with spectacular undersea realms instead of Asgard & realms nearby. Yet the drama was better in those movies whereas here it feels like the creators were in a rush to jump to the next action sequence, which might make “Aquaman” ‘thrilling,’ but less compelling story-wise.

    Still, it’s very eventful with loads of energy (maybe TOO eventful for its own good). And I liked the balance of underwater scenes to surface scenes with spectacular locations, including the Sahara Desert and Sicily. Meanwhile Amber is stunning as redheaded Mera. Even Nicole Kidman shows up as Arthur’s mother, Atlanna. Speaking of Arthur, Momoa is magnificent as the protagonist and will forever change the public’s generally weak perception of Aquaman.

    The film is a bit overlong at 2 hour, 23 minutes; and was shot in Australia (Hastings Point, Amity Point, Southport, Main Beach & Currumbin Beach); Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada; and Morocco (Erfoud & Merzouga).

    GRADE: B

  • Per Gunnar Jonsson: I just came back home from watching Aquaman on the IMAX theater in Balexert in Geneva and thought that I should write something up while it’s still fresh in my mind. Something that happens all too rarely.

    I have to say that, overall, I had quite a blast watching this movie. It is indeed a good superhero and special effects extravaganza. In addition it is quite beautiful. A lot of the underwater scenes are very pleasing on the eye indeed. I am quite happy that I managed to drag my ass over to a theater and watch it on a IMAX screen. Some of the hype around it is perhaps a bit too much though. It does not quite reach the masterpiece level after all.

    Storywise, well it is a superhero movie after all so if you expect the story to be profound, logical and watertight you should lay off those mushrooms or whatever you are smoking. That said, the story was not too bad. Pretty straightforward and not too convoluted. A good, solid story suitable for a action/adventure movie.

    I did quite like the main protagonists on the good side. Especially Jason Momoa as Aquaman. I mean his time-to-kick-some-ass-stare was just so…evil. The script writer had put some stupid shit in there where he had to play overly dumb at times but on the whole he was a good guy throughout the entire movie. Almost no whining, angst and anti-hero shit like what have totally ruined most of the Marvel TV-shows lately.

    The bad guys were not too bad either. Orm was lacking a bit in the bad guy charisma department but Black Manta was oozing despicable bad bad bad asshole from the first scene to the last. I probably should not say this because his weird helmet is indeed true to the comics but, well, it’s weird and kind of looks better in a comics than on the big screen.

    Special effects? Well, there is not that much to say really. They are pretty awesome throughout the movie and, as I wrote above, a lot of the time they are also beautiful. The various creatures, underwater vehicles and gadgets are really cool and well designed.

    The one gripe I have about the movie is the totally unnecessary green preaching crap. Luckily it is confined to a couple of scenes but in those it is really slapped in the audience’s faces. A superhero movie should be entertaining, not preaching. If I want that shit I can turn on the news. It’s a star off from me just for that nonsense.

  • Gimly: Doesn’t hold a candle to _Wonder Woman_, but tall-buildings worth of leaps (and bounds) better than everything else that’s come out of the DCIThoughtSheWasWithU. It’s weirdly kind of… The nicest? Of these movies? Which is not the kind of direction you would think a film in this series would go based on how it started, but Jason Momoa is just charismatic as **Hell**, and _Aquaman_ leans on that a lot.

    By the time it’s over, _Aquaman_ really does hit just about every cliche of the genre there is, which is not exactly high praise. It’s certainly not without heart, but it is still more spectacle than substance. But unlike, say, your _Transformers 4_, a movie often levelled the same criticism, it is not trash.

    _Final rating:★★★ – I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._

  • mchristenson: Aquaman was soooo cool!!!
  • fatso19: I had decided to wait for the DVD release to watch this movie all I can say is wow oh wow why did I wait this was action galore lots of laughs momoah nailed the character perfectly to a t the movie was the best of the winter no doubt i highly recommend you get a copy of this movie no doubt you’ll enjoy it I guarantee it
  • moopet: The story was laughable.
    The plot holes were immense.
    The dialogue was atrocious.
    The special effects were technically competent and pretty but cartoonish and unbelievable.

    Easily the worst film I’ve seen in the last year.

    If it was a bit campy, then it might have succeeded in a kind of sub-Flash-Gordon fashion.

  • Snapcase: I am so conflicted.
    We’re introduced to the atlanteans with Nicole Kidman in a leotard and wet hair looking out of place in a living room and eating a gold fish.
    The first fight scene has so many dramatic zoom-ins with dramatic music I thought I was watching the dramatic chipmunk video.
    Willem Dafoe riding a fish!
    Cheesy lines like a bad 80’s action parody.
    Some amazing CGI environments, others looked like they belonged in Diablo 3. Awful compositing throughout.
    Unnecessary detour through the Mines of Moria.
    Puzzles worthy of Lucas Arts point and click adventure games. A villain from 90s power rangers.
    Amazing scary trench scene! Giant sea creature war with fireworks and laser beams!
    Not good, and not bad enough to be entertaining.
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