Screenrant has reported that there will be a continuation of the timeline in the current DC Extended Universe as executive producer Charles Roven confirms that Aquaman will be set after the events of Justice League. This means that in some way, Jason Momoa’s fully fledged debut of the character will be in the upcoming ensemble film hitting theaters by November. As of now, the production is currently in progress with various additional information rounding up the internet from the film’s set in Australia. This includes a shot of Arthur (Momoa) and Mera (played by Amber Heard) for the first time together. Meanwhile, the first look of the Aquaman was first revealed via a short video file that Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) sent to Bruce Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice showing him underwater. Since then, a few sneak peeks of Momoa’s character have been released – arguably the most extensive one thus far is his bit with Bruce in the first Justice League trailer shown at the 2016 Comic-Con. Unfortunately, despite all the cool photos, no official synopsis for Aquaman has yet to be released – though there are rumored ones right now.