Everyone was excited that the first Aquaman trailer released at the San Diego Comic-Con's Hall H over the weekend. But it looks like Jason Momoa, who plays the titular role in the DC movie, got a little extra excited and may have leaked the ending of the movie.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the actor attempted to tease Aquaman. Instead, it looks like he revealed the end of the movie.
Warning: Possible spoilers ahead.
Momoa began by explaining that his previous two DC Extended Universe appearance hasn't even scratched the surface of Aquaman's story. The solo venture would help fans understand his history.
"Obviously this is whole origin story. We've seen him in Justice League, which is two minutes of his whole life so we get to see where he came from," he told the publication before sort of confirming Aquaman will end with Arthur Curry named as the king of Atlantis.
"I think when he was a little boy, he had these powers and he didn't hone them in so this whole journey of him going to become the king...the last frame of this movie you're going to see him actually become the thing he was destined to be," he added.
Although a revelation, it doesn't come as a shock as Arthur Curry has been named the king in the comic books. Even merchandises have given him the king tag.
Speaking to LA Times, director James Wan confirmed that Aquaman picks up after the events of Justice League. The movie sends Momoa's half-human, half-Atlantean superhero on a personal journey.
"I wanted to capture the swashbuckling, action-adventurous spirit of movies I grew up with in the '80s," he said adding that Steven Spielberg, Jim Cameron and Big Trouble in Little China's hero Jack Burton were his inspiration.
"It's so great that we have an actor that represents the Polynesian-slash-Asian community. His own personal upbringing really fits in with the story of Arthur Curry," he adds.
Check out the Aquaman trailer below. Aquaman releases on December 21.