Patrick Wilson sat down with FOX 5’s Kevin McCarthy to discuss his role as King Orm in “Aquaman.” Read More here

Hollywood’s “scream king” is enjoying the change of scene. Patrick Wilson, best known for his roles in horror franchises The Conjuring and Insidious, spent many months on Australia’s Gold Coast last year playing the bad guy in big-budget action blockbuster Aquaman. The 45-year-old American actor talks to James Croot about his character Orm Marius, shooting in the southern hemisphere and squaring up to Jason Momoa. Read More here

The DC superhero epic Aquaman is now playing in U.S. theaters, and had the chance to speak to director James Wan and actor Patrick Wilson about Aquaman 2 possibilities. Read More here

Patrick Wilson sat down with us to talk about Orm interacting with other DC Villains, possibly taking a Marvel role and the secrets of Aquaman. Read More here

Patrick Wilson has been directed by James Wan in five different films – including Aquaman – having played both a troubled father whose family is haunted by evil entities to a real-life demonologist whose job revolves around exorcising said entities. In Aquaman, however, Wilson takes on a decidedly different role within Wan’s genre-spanning filmography as Arthur Curry’s complicated half-brother Orm. Read More here

Director James Wan’s superhero epic Aquaman swims into U.S. theaters this week, and had the chance to speak with Wan’s frequent co-star Patrick Wilson (Insidious and Conjuring franchises) on playing Orm/Ocean Master. Read more here

Wilson and ‘Aquaman’ star Jason Momoa had a gym built for them, including a rock wall, which Momoa regularly scaled. Continue here

Despite existing in two very different genres, Patrick Wilson, who stars as Arthur Curry’s half-brother King Orm in Aquaman, compared the fish-out-of-water DC movie to two of director James Wan’s previous franchises: The Conjuring and Insidious. This will be the third film franchise that Wilson has worked on with Wan, and the actor was able to pinpoint a distinct through line connecting all three. Read More here

Even the most staunch of DC fans would have to concede that Marvel have been leading the way in the genre of late, establishing a tone that has entertained audiences worldwide for a number of years. But after Wonder Woman, it gave hope that DC were set to compete yet again, and now Aquaman is further proof that films from this particular universe have a place in a contemporary cinematic landscape. It was our pleasure to sit down and interview Aquaman director James Wan, as well as stars Amber Heard and Patrick Wilson, to discuss this hugely enjoyable blockbuster. Firstly Heard tells us what it was that attracted her to the role of Mera, and why she’s so much more than a mere ‘damsel in distress’ – as we move into a discussion about the progression made of late in female superheroes, also including the likes of Captain Marvel and The Wasp. Continue here


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