Jason Momoa Gets Ready For 'Aquaman', Shows Off His Swords Training

It seems like the production for the up and coming “Aquaman” live action movie adaptation is going well with Jason Momoa revealing a new update. Just recently a footage of his training was shown. The said training, which clearly had something to do with sword fighting, is said to be in preparation for the “Aquaman” movie.

87Eleven Action Design uploaded the video on their official Instagram account, revealing Jason Momoa practicing his sword skills with long wooden sticks that serve as swords as he goes over a fighting routine with three other men. 87Eleven Action Design is a well-known company that specializes in stunts and action designs. The said company has revealed before that they have worked with the stunt and action design of the first “John Wick” movie with Keanu Reeves.

Momoa, on the other hand, has been working on his role as Aquaman in the “Justice League” movie as well as his character’s own standalone movie. The post showing his swordsmanship training has further revealed that Momoa and the production crew will be flying off to Australia to shoot scenes for the “Aquaman” movie. Momoa has already revealed some time ago of the never before seen footages of him portraying Aquaman.

Momoa’s character, Aquaman, will make his theatrical debut in the new “Justice League” movie. Aside from being the royal member of Atlantis, he will also portray Aquaman’s alter ego, Arthur Curry. The “Justice League’ movie is slated to premiere on Nov. 17 this year in the United States. Momoa will be joined by Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill in the “Justice League” movie, reprising their roles as Batman, Wonder Woman, and Superman.

“Aquaman” is then set to release on Oct. 5 next year. Along with Momoa, Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Nicole Kidman, and William Dafoe will also star in the movie. Jason Momoa is also working on other productions such as “Once Upon A Time in Venice” and “Braven”.

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