Beginning next week, Aquaman fans who take the Warner Bros. Studio Tour can immerse themselves in the world of the King of the Seven Seas.

An exhibit featuring recreated sets from the film is scheduled to open to the public on March 5, alongside a Wonder Woman exhibit.

Located on the first floor of the Warner Bros. Archive, guests will journey through the underwater world of Atlantis brought to life on-screen by director James Wan. The exhibit features recreated sets from memorable moments of the film, including the Sunken Galleon, where fans will get a close-up view of the costumes worn by Willem Dafoe (Vulko) and Jason Momoa (Arthur Curry), and the Ring of Fire, reliving the epic underwater battle between Aquaman (Momoa) and King Orm (Patrick Wilson).

As an interactive photo op, fans can sit on the Dead King’s Throne seen in the film to become King or Queen of Atlantis.

Within the exhibit, guests will find various costumes worn by Momoa, showcasing the evolution from his human upbringing as Arthur Curry to his final ascendance as Aquaman, King of the Seven Seas. In addition, fans will see the real costumes and props belonging to Mera (Amber Heard), Arthur’s mother Queen Atlanna (Nicole Kidman), father Tom Curry (Temuera Morrison), the vengeful Black Manta (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) and King Orm (Patrick Wilson).

“Aquaman’s roots run deep in the DC universe,” said Gary Soloff, director of marketing for Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood. “His story has captivated fans across the world, and we’re excited to bring the on-screen characters to life and provide guests the opportunity to dive deeper into Atlantean civilization.”

Warner Bros. studio tours depart every 30 minutes and are offered daily from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with extended hours during holiday periods. Advanced bookings are recommended and all children 8 years or older are welcome. The tour is offered in English, Spanish, French and Mandarin. Tickets can be booked online at www.wbstudiotour.com or by calling 818-977-TOUR.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.