‘Aquaman’: Patrick Wilson Explains Why His Character’s Look Is ‘Opposite’ From Jason Momoa’s | Acces

These brothers are not two of a kind. At Comic-Con 2018 in San Diego, Patrick Wilson tells Access about the purposeful choice to make his character, King Orm, look so drastically different from the title superhero. Plus, Patrick teases the motivation behind Orm’s intent to wage war above the surface. “Aquaman” hits theaters on Dec. 21.
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