Aquaman: Watch the Stunning End Title Sequence to the Film

Filmograph, the production studio behind the end title sequence of Aquaman, has released the entire video online for fans to enjoy.

The sequence takes viewers from Arthur Curry's coastal home and lighthouse to the underwater kingdom of Atlantis, including many epic locations and scenes from the feature film.

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The Filmograph website explains how the video was created in conjunction with DC, Warner Bros. and director James Wan. "Bright, bioluminescent colors" were chosen when displaying Atlantis, compared to the Brine Kingdom's "high contrast lava-like palette."

The different kingdoms were incorporated with "cartographic vernacular and a range of complementary, compass-based designs" to better represent their past, along with action moments that were meticulously frozen as if they were suspended underwater. An example of this is an epic sequence involving the Trench. Statues can also be seen of Mera (Amber Heard), Black Mantis (Yahya Abdul-Mateen) and Ocean Master (Patrick Wilson).

Finally, the end title sequence comes to an end by flashing the Aquaman logo as the screen fades to black.

Aquaman's reign at the top of the box office will likely come to an end this weekend, with the Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart-led The Upside set to take the top spot with a surprising $20 million. Previously expected to take in just $10 million, the film will narrowly beat out Aquaman, which will earn another $18 million for a domestic total of $275 million.

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Directed by James Wan, Aquaman stars Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Amber Heard as Mera, Patrick Wilson as Orm, Willem Dafoe as Nuidis Vulko, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta, Temuera Morrison as Thomas Curry, Dolph Lundgren as Nereus and Nicole Kidman as Queen Atlanna. The film is now in theaters nationwide.

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