First Look Image Of 'The Royal Palace' From 'Aquaman'

by Outsiders
July 13, 2018
Director James Wan released and revealed a new image from the upcoming Aquaman movie featuring the royal palace of the Fisherman King, one of the seven kingdoms of Atlantis.



In the image, King Orm (Patrick Wilson, not shown) has gone to the Fisherman King (played by Djimon Hounsou) to enlist his help to declare war on the ocean-polluting surface world. There’s also the Fisherman Queen (Natalia Safran) and Princess (Sophia Forrest) on the left, and a royal guard on the right. Though you can’t tell in this shot, all of them have tails instead of legs.

“After the fall of Atlantis, some of the kingdoms evolved and some devolved,” explains producer Peter Safran. “This is one that evolved. This is a kingdom that’s primarily artistic and cerebral, with poets and philosophers.”

Source: Entertainment Weekly

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