Warner Bros. May Be Done With Jason Momoa’s Aquaman Warner Bros. Discovery has certainly not made it easy for fans to have hope for the DCU, but it’s now been made worse with reports of Jason Momoa being done as Aquaman after next year’s Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.It appears that the studio is slowly phasing out members of the Justice League cast by Zack Snyder. Ben Affleck’s Batman cameo in the Aquaman sequel has reportedly been removed, Henry Cavill’s Superman cameo in The Flash might be removed too, and Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman 3 was just canceled.
So, it’s even more shocking to see that Momoa will be departing the role of Arthur Curry. But that doesn’t mean WBD is finished working with the actor in the DCU.
Jason Mamoa Could Be Done With Aquaman
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jason Momoa might be finished with the role of Arthur Curry after Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. However, several sources from THR said that despite stepping away from the character, Momoa would be a “pivotal figure” in the new plans for the DCU moving forward. Other sources claimed that Momoa would lead a new franchise as an entirely different character.This could explain why the interstellar bounty hunter, Lobo, was teased just weeks ago by both DC Studios co-CEO James Gunn and Momoa.