Amazon Prime members can watch Aquaman a week before the movie’s release


Booking an early trip to James Wan's super-saturated version of Atlantis is as easy as buying anything else on Amazon, with a single click whisking you away to ticketing service Atom Tickets, where the early screening date is automatically selectable for any of the more than 1,000 participating USA theaters. It's nearly time. Warner Bros has debuted a final trailer for James Wan's Aquaman movie, their last major reminder that this is coming up soon and hopefully everyone gives it a chance.

Tickets are on sale now for an early-bird viewing on Saturday, Dec. 15 at 7 p.m. local time in more than 1,000 theaters across the nation.

These early showings, according to Cem Sibay, vice president of Amazon Prime, are "yet another pleasant surprise for members, and one that I'm personally also looking forward to".

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Pictures and director James Wan comes an action-packed adventure that spans the vast, visually breathtaking underwater world of the seven seas, "Aquaman", starring Jason Momoa in the title role. The movie is set to hit theaters December 21 in 3D, 2D and IMAX and will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Notably, the film has already picked up a fair amount of positive reviews.

Wan directs from a screenplay by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick ("The Conjuring 2") and Will Beall ("Gangster Squad", TV's "Training Day"), story by Geoff Johns & James Wan and Will Beall, based on characters from DC, Aquaman created by Paul Norris and Mort Weisinger. It's one of four DC films now on Warner Bros.' slate, with "Shazam", "Wonder Woman 1984" and "Birds of Prey" coming in 2019 and 2020. Pictures Group and Warner Bros. "Coming together with Amazon to reach their footprint of Prime members in the the ideal way for us to bring Aquaman to moviegoers and their families as they kick off their holidays".