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AQUAMAN (2018): Warner Bros. Pushes Back Release Date

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Release Date for Aquaman Gets Pushed Back to October 5

It looks like we may have to wait a bit longer for the release of Aquaman. That’s because Warner Bros. pushed back James Wan’s film from the original release date. Now Jason Momoa’s first solo flick as the aquatic hero will be coming out on October 5.

Warner Bros. first announced the delay for Aquaman’s release this week. Originally set to release in theaters on July 27, 2018, but the studio has now pushed the film back by three months to October 5. Perhaps the studio is looking for more time to refine the film as set backs have been made with The Flash film since it’s director left the project. Hopefully this isn’t a bad sign from the DCEU as Wonder Woman and Justice League are already set to release next year.

Are you upset that you have to wait more longer for Aquaman to splash onto our screens?

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