Warner Bros. Studio Tour Announces Aquaman Exhibit

Warner Bros. Studio, Burbank, CA

We’re here today with news from the Warner Bros Studio Tour, featuring a new part of the tour that is set to debut next month. Fans of DC (or perhaps of those new Girl Scout Momoa cookies) should be excited to find that Aquaman has risen at the Warner Bros. Studio, fresh off the blockbuster DC film that premiered this past December.

The exhibit can be found at the end of the studio tour, when guests explore the Warner Bros. Archive to find a museum of behind-the-scenes galleries and displays featuring hit WB movies of recent and distant past. The new Aquaman exhibit will feature props, settings, and costumes from the hit film, so if you’re looking for a more intimate version of the Hollywood studio experience, head over to the Warner Bros. Studio in Burbank next week and check this out!

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio Tour.

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio Tour.

From the press release:

WARNER BROS. STUDIO TOUR HOLLYWOOD ANNOUNCES NEW AQUAMAN EXHIBIT

The all-new interactive exhibit showcases authentic props and costumes worn by Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, Nicole Kidman, Patrick Wilson and more in DC’s latest Super Hero film

(Burbank, CA) – Aquaman fans can get ready to immerse themselves in the world of the King of the Seven Seas with the all-new exhibit opening to the public on March 5, 2019. Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood (WBSTH) guests can step into the realm of Atlantis in the new Aquaman exhibit at DC Universe: The Exhibit, one of the many stops on the Studio Tour. Joining the immensely popular Wonder Woman exhibit, guests of the Studio Tour can relive the iconic scenes straight from the set of DC’s latest action-packed origin story, bringing them closer than ever to the entertainment they love.

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio Tour.

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio Tour.

Located on the first floor of the Warner Bros. Archive, guests will journey through the visually stunning underwater world of Atlantis brought to life on-screen by director James Wan in vivid detail. The exhibit will also feature recreated sets from the most memorable moments of the film, including the Sunken Galleon, where fans get up close to the authentic costumes worn by Willem Dafoe (Vulko) and Jason Momoa (Arthur Curry), and the Ring of Fire, reliving the thrill of the epic underwater battle between Aquaman (Momoa) and King Orm (Patrick Wilson). As an interactive photo op, fans can sit upon the Dead King’s Throne seen in the film to become King or Queen of Atlantis.

Within the exhibit, guests will find various costumes worn by Momoa, showcasing the evolution from his human upbringing as Arthur Curry to his final ascendance as Aquaman, King of the Seven Seas. In addition, fans will see the real costumes and props belonging to Mera (Amber Heard), Arthur’s mother Queen Atlanna (Nicole Kidman), father Tom Curry (Temuera Morrison), the vengeful Black Manta (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) and King Orm (Patrick Wilson).

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio Tour.

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio Tour.

“Aquaman’s roots run deep in the DC universe,” said Gary Soloff, Director of Marketing, Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood. “His story has captivated fans across the world, and we’re excited to bring the on-screen characters to life and provide guests the opportunity to dive deeper into Atlantean civilization.”

In this action-packed, underwater spectacle, celebrated for becoming the highest-grossing DC movie ever made, director James Wan chronicles the adventures of an outcast trying to save worlds both above and below sea level. Through the Aquaman exhibit, fans can relive the story of cultural diversity, environmental advocacy and – in true superhero form – standing up for the greater good.

With the always evolving exhibits and experiences, WBSTH continues to offer its guests from around the world an intimate look at how Hollywood magic is made. Through behind-the-scenes tours and exclusive looks at costumes and props used in production, fans can get closer to some of their favorite films and TV shows such as Friends, The Big Bang Theory, Batman, Shameless, Casablanca, Wonder Woman and more.

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio Tour.

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio Tour.

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About Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood gets you closer to the entertainment you love by taking you on the lot of a real working studio. As a recipient of Trip Advisor’s Travelers’ Choice Awards and recognized as one of the Top 25 Attractions in the United States, the Studio Tour gives guests a revealing look behind the camera at how Hollywood magic is made. From Friends and The Big Bang Theory to Harry Potter and Wonder Woman, fans get to explore the 95-year-old studio as they touch, tour and visit the real sets and soundstages on the iconic 110-acre backlot where the greatest names in entertainment made history.

Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood is open Monday through Sunday, 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM, with studio tours departing every 30 minutes and extended hours offered during the holiday seasons. Advanced bookings are strongly recommended and all children eight years or older are welcome.  The Studio Tour is offered in English, Spanish, French, and Mandarin. For the best value, book your tickets online at www.wbstudiotour.com or by calling 818-977-TOUR (8687).

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