The film headed by Jason Momoa has had exceptional pre-sale performance, which indicates that it could give DC its biggest hit on the big screen from Wonder Woman. And if the power of the stars is something you have to go through, you could say that you can not get much better than this surprising news. Mary Poppins Returns could be coming out in the same month as the superhero career, but this is the one that has Julie Andrews on her list of actors.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Andrews has provided the voice of Karathen; an underwater creature that plays a crucial role in the history of Aquaman.
But it remains to be seen if he is working for or against him.
"We wanted Karathen to have the voice of a classic British actress, albeit somewhat digitally altered," said producer Peter Safran.
"And when we realized that Julie was interested, available and willing to do it, it was very easy to choose her.
"Who knew that Aquaman would have the real Mary Poppins this Christmas?"
Aquaman will also star Amber Heard as Mera, Willem Dafoe as Nuidis Vulko, Patrick Wilson as Orm and Nicole Kidman as Atlanna.
Dolph Lundgren, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Djimon Hounsou are also on board.
Momoa recently revealed that she obtained the role when auditioning for Batman.
"And I almost did not go because I was like," This is bulls ** I'm not a white guy. "I'm not playing Batman," he told EW.
"Even if I do, I do not even want to, it's like an American playing James Bond, you know, I almost did not do it." I was sure he was going to be playing. [DC Comics villain] Wolf or something.
"The only people I knew they were looking for were Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. Who the hell am I going to play?
"So at the meeting, I played it as if Batman had died in an alley and a thug picked up his suit and put it on, I just played him like a smart ass, jaded and sarcastic.
"And that's when Zack [Snyder] It was like, "I have an idea …"
Aquaman leaves on December 14 in the United Kingdom.