Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom is coming home soon. Warner Bros. announced the home video release dates for the DC sequel. Director James Wan’s film arrives on Digital beginning January 23 for either purchase or rental. The film will also be available to purchase on 4K Ultra-HD, Blu-ray and DVD on March 12. No word yet on when the film will be available to stream on Max. But it will eventually make its way to the service.
On January 23, The Lost Kingdom will be available at home for $24.99 to purchase, or $19.99 for a 48-hour rental through retailers such as Amazon Prime Video, AppleTV, Google Play, Vudu, and more. On March 12, DC’s latest superhero film will be available to own on 4K, Blu-ray and DVD from online and physical retailers.
Here is the synopsis for Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.
“Having failed to defeat Aquaman the first time, Black Manta, still driven by the need to avenge his father’s death, will stop at nothing to take Aquaman down once and for all. This time Black Manta is more formidable than ever before, wielding the power of the mythic Black Trident, which unleashes an ancient and malevolent force. To defeat him, Aquaman will turn to his imprisoned brother Orm, the former King of Atlantis, to forge an unlikely alliance. Together, they must set aside their differences in order to protect their kingdom and save Aquaman’s family, and the world, from irreversible destruction.”
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom special features
Finding the Lost Kingdom
- Go behind the scenes as director James Wan reveals how he and the cast and crew pulled off their biggest endeavor yet, an epic sequel to the largest grossing film in the history of DC.
Aquaman: Worlds Above and Below
- When the filmmakers set out to create a sequel that eclipsed the original in scale and scope, they knew they would have to send Arthur and the rest of the cast to all kinds of new wild and wonderful worlds both above and below the sea.
It’s a Manta World
- Black Manta is more powerful than ever now that he has discovered the Lost Kingdom of Necrus and taken possession of the Black Trident. From inspiration to execution, filmmakers reveal how they leveled Black Manta up to the realm of supervillains.
Necrus, The Lost Black City
- Ages ago the great battle for the earth took place here, in this legendary lost Atlantean city. Discover how the filmmakers created the Black City from its “surface city” concept and its inhabitants: Undead Necrusians (Zombies), to its execution.
Escape from the Deserter World
- From idea to execution, explore how the filmmakers created this barren desert landscape and the Deserter Prison, how its creatures and inhabitants were brought to life, and how they planned and executed the daring Orm “breakout” sequence.
Brawling at Kingfish’s Lair
- The Citadel is the last frontier of the ocean, a deep trench filled with sunken old ships, stacked high like a rusty city. From concept to completion, discover Kingfish’s Lair, a bar within, where the worst of the worst hang out.
- The Tactical Observation and Pursuit Operative Octopus is a living legend and all-time fan favorite. Director James Wan and the filmmakers discuss the decision behind bringing TOPO back to the sequel and its promotion to Arthur’s on-screen sidekick.
Aquaman Through Fire and Water – Original motion comic from DC (Digital only)
- Arthur Curry is constantly being pulled between two worlds – his responsibility as King of Atlantis and his mantle as Aquaman, defender of the surface. So, what happens when a nefarious attack puts those worlds on a collision course?
Atlantean Blood Is Thicker Than Water (4K and Blu-ray only)
- At its core, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is a movie about brotherhood. Explore how Patrick and Jason bonded over the new unexpected alliance between Arthur and Orm and came together both as characters and as friends on and off set.
Jason Momoa returns as Aquaman in the sequel. Patrick Wilson (Orm), Amber Heard (Mera), Dolph Lundgren (Nerus), Nicole Kidman (Atlanna) and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Black Manta) star. Directed by Wan, the film is produced by Peter Safran, James Wan and Rob Cowan. The executive producers are Galen Vaisman and Walter Hamada. The screenplay is by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, from a story by James Wan, David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, Jason Momoa and Thomas Pa’a Sibbett.