An all-new trailer for the upcoming Aquaman debuted online this afternoon and immediately took social media by storm, inspiring a wide number of reactions from fans looking forward to the new movie.
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Scroll down to see what the internet is saying about the new Aquaman trailer ahead of it hitting theaters on December 21st!
Breaking the Mold
DUDE!!!! New #Aquaman trailer looks tight!!! James Wan is really looking to break the DCEU mold and....I'm totally on board.— MundaneMatt (@mundanematt) October 5, 2018
Blow Us Away
Okay. We are completely sold on #Aquaman. James Wan's epic direction & fluid camera-style, and Don Burgess' bold cinematography are beautifully capturing this dazzling world. From the costume design to the stunning visual effects, this film is going to blow us away in December! pic.twitter.com/ywVwuGJjqK— DR Movie News (@DRMovieNews) October 5, 2018
NICOLE KIDMAN. THATS IT. pic.twitter.com/c26E9Pws6p— ana kin ⚡? (@BATFAMlLY) October 5, 2018
i love amber heard's ariel wig and i won't hear a word against it— annie ? (@korrakyle) October 5, 2018
#Aquaman new trailer looks so bad, I’m not even disappointed tbh. I was expecting it to be bad ?— Lu (@PinnyLuu) October 5, 2018
Not Up To Snuff
AQUAMAN looks incredibly dumb and the CG isn't quite up to snuff and that action sequence needs some better editing, but it also looks super fun and bright and Detective Destroyer kicks ass with a trident, so probably gonna be there opening weekend.— Bruce Labbate (@blabbate) October 5, 2018
Dumb Guy Stereotype
The #Aquaman trailer manages to look visually incredible while simultaneously presenting its lead as a strange dumb guy stereotype from a children's show. Hoping he has more depth in the actual movie.— Victor Santiago (@CircleMan628) October 5, 2018
The acting from Mamoa and Heard in this clip is awful and card board but at least Wan brought some colorful looking shots. This movie looks like it will be another Valerian and the city of a thousand planets but with lesser cgi #Aquaman pic.twitter.com/H2eAubs9sI— Jay Thunderian (@jay_thunderian) October 5, 2018