DC Revealed New Official Logos For ‘The Flash’ And ‘Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom’


We already said numerous times that 2022 will be a great year for Marvel and DC fans alike. While we are waiting for March to watch DC’s upcoming movie The Batman and Marvel’s Disney+ series Moon Knight, the excitement for everything that we’re going to watch in the second half of the year isn’t any less.

Except for The Batman and Black Adam, we shouldn’t forget that DC is also planning to release upcoming movies The Flash and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom in November and December, respectively. While details of both movies are still kept under wraps, we know we can expect a wild ride with both of them.

Now, DC revealed new official logos of these two upcoming movies. They aren’t much different from logos we’ve seen before, but we can see they were improved a bit compared to the previous ones.

Ezra Miller and Jason Momoa are reprising their respective DCEU roles as the titular heroes of these movies.

The Flash is the first live-action movie featuring the Scarlet Speedster as the main character. Ezra Miller debuted as Barry Allen/The Flash in one scene of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, and showed up in one more scene of David Ayer’s Suicide Squad. His role was expanded in Justice League, and even more in the director’s cut Zack Snyder’s Justice League. The Flash movie was in development hell for years, ever since it was initially announced in 2014. But now, it finally wrapped production last year and it’s set to hit theaters next November.


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Jason Momoa played Aquaman in Batman V Superman, Justice League, Aquaman, and Zack Snyder’s Justice League. James Wan is returning to direct the sequel, and most of the cast members from the first Aquaman movie are back to reprise their roles. The movie is set to be released in December this year, on the same day when one more anticipated blockbuster — James Cameron’s Avatar — is set to be released.

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