There’s just about a month left to go until the long-awaited Aquaman film splashes down into theaters, however, if you happen to have an Amazon Prime subscription, you have the opportunity to see the film before anyone else.
Amazon Prime is offering its subscribers an exclusive early showing of Aquaman on December 15th at 7 pm local time. The early showing will take place in over 1000 movie theaters across the country and tickets are limited. Prime Members can find participating theaters and purchase up to 10 tickets through AtomTickets.com.
Blair Rich, President, Worldwide Marketing, Warner Bros. Pictures Group, and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, stated, “James Wan has created an epic adventure for the big screen. Coming together with Amazon to reach their footprint of Prime members in the U.S. is the ideal way for us to bring Aquaman to moviegoers and their families as they kick off their holidays.”
The upcoming film is one of Warner Bros and DC’s most highly-anticipated superhero films yet, so you won’t want to miss this opportunity to get in on the action early.
— Aquaman Movie (@aquamanmovie) November 20, 2018
Aquaman is directed by James Wan, best known for his background in the horror genre, particularly for his work on The Conjuring and Insidious films. Jason Momoa reprises his role in the DC Universe as Arthur Curry (aka. Aquaman, half-human, half-Atlantean and King of the Seven Seas, ruler of Atlantis). The film also stars Amber Heard (as Mera), Patrick Wilson (as the villainous Orm/Ocean Master), Temuera Morrison (as Tom Curry), Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (as Black Manta), Nicole Kidman (as Queen Atlanna), Dolph Lundgren (as King Nereus) and Oscar-nominee Willem Dafoe (as Nuidis Vulko).
Peter Safran is producing along with Zack and Deborah Snyder, Rob Cowan, Jon Berg and Geoff Johns serving as executive producers.
The official film synopsis reads as follows:
If you miss the Amazon Prime early viewing, Aquaman will make waves in theaters starting on December 21, 2018.
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