Warner Bros. dropped some big news about Jason Momoa! and if you missed it they changed the release dates for not just one, but two movies he’s starring in. They moved the upcoming Aquaman movie, titled “Aquaman & The Lost Kingdom,” to December 20, 2023 and also announced that the live-action Minecraft film is finally hitting theaters on April 4, 2025.
Apparently, Warner Bros. had already reserved that date for a ‘mystery movie,’ but Deadline reported that it was actually for the Minecraft movie. Unfortunately, the report doesn’t have any new juicy info about the movie, like who else might be in it or even who Momoa’s playing.
Minecraft came out back in 2011 and basically took over the world. Microsoft even bought the company behind it, Mojang, for a whopping $2.5 billion in 2014. The movie adaptation has been in the works for years now, and at one point it had Shawn Levy and Rob McElhenney attached to it. But due to the pandemic, Warner Bros. took it off their release schedule. Luckily, it’s back on track now with Momoa on board and the director of Napoleon Dynamite, Jared Hess, at the helm.