Aquaman and the lost kingdom

Blu-ray - 2024

After failing to defeat Aquaman the first time, Black Manta wields the power of the mythic Black Trident to unleash an ancient and malevolent force. Hoping to end his reign of terror, Aquaman forges an unlikely alliance with his brother, Orm, the former king of Atlantis. Setting aside their differences, they join forces to protect their kingdom and save the world from irreversible destruction.

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Feature films
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Superhero films
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Fantasy films
Fiction films
[Burbank, CA] : Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc [2024]
Corporate Authors
Atomic Monster Productions, Safran Company
Corporate Authors
Atomic Monster Productions (production company), Safran Company
Other Authors
James Wan, 1977- (film director), David Leslie Johnson (screenwriter), Jason Momoa (film producer), Thomas Pa'a Sibbett (actor), Peter Safran, 1965-, Rob (Producer) Cowan, Patrick Wilson, 1973-, Amber Heard, 1986-, Yahya Abdul-Mateen, 1986-, Randall Park, Dolph Lundgren, 1959-, Temuera Morrison, Martin Short, 1950-, Nicole Kidman, 1967-
Item Description
Based on characters from DC. Aquaman created by Paul Norris and Mort Weisinger.
Originally released as a motion picture in 2023.
Wide screen.
Special features: Finding the lost kingdom; Aquaman: worlds above and below; Atlantean blood is thicker than water; It's a Manta world; Necrus, the lost black city; Escape from the deserter world; Brawling at Kingfish's lair; Oh, Topo!
Physical Description
1 videodisc (approximately 124 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
Blu-ray, wide screen; Dolby Atmos-TrueHD, Dolby digital 5.1, descriptive audio; 1080p high definition; requires Blu-ray player.
MPA rating: PG-13; for sci-fi violence and some language.
Production Credits
Director of photography, Don Burgess ; edited by Kirk Morri ; music by Rupert Gregson-Williams.