As we wait for the Aquaman trailer to finally drop at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend, Warner Brothers and DC Entertainment have done their best to whet our appetites with all kinds of tidbits along the way. A magazine cover earlier in the week revealed the true first look at Patrick Wilson's Ocean Master and now, thanks for photos of merchandise, we have our first look at Ocean Master's full costume.
Published on Entertainment Weekly, the Ocean Master action figure from Mattel is nearly identical to how the Aquaman villain looks in the comic books. Complete with his silver-finned headdress, it looks like Ocean Master's look will be completed with his signature purple uniform with a scarlet cape in tow.
First debuting in Aquaman #29 (1966), Ocean Master has long been an adversary of Arthur Curry's and his entrance in Aquaman will mark the character's live-action debut. Upon being cast as the Aquaman villain, Wilson couldn't say enough about Aquaman director James Wan.
“I'm completely biased with James Wan, who I've done four films with -- knowing that he's at the helm and knowing what he ... can do and what he will do, I'll do anything with him,” he said.
"I think the lure of Aquaman [is] because he hasn't been overexposed on screen. And I don't know Jason -- I can't wait to meet him. I was a huge fan even from the first episode of Game of Thrones, so I'm in -- I'm in with him, and he's gonna be fantastic."
Along with the first full look at Ocean Master, other action figures from Mattel show Curry (Jason Momoa) in his iconic orange and green suit in addition to a full look at Yahya Abdul-Mateen's Black Manta.
While the Aquaman's first trailer is confirmed to debut in the Warner Brothers panel at SDCC 2018 (Saturday 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.), the movie's official synopsis can be found below.
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The film stars Amber Heard ("Justice League," "Magic Mike XXL") as Mera, a fierce warrior and Aquaman's
Aquaman lands in theaters on December 21st. Shazam! is slated to hit theaters on April 5, 2019, while Wonder Woman 2 hits theaters on November 1, 2019.