In addition to a glimpse of the nation in all its glory, viewers get to see Arthur Curry's five different stages of life.

AceShowbiz - With the release of "Aquaman" approaching closer, Warner Bros. Pictures and DC have shared the final trailer of the flick for fans' viewing pleasure. Clocking in more than two minutes, the latest trailer is filled with a lot of actions in addition to several never-before-seen scenes. Among them is Arthur Curry's (Jason Momoa) five different stages of life.

It starts off with Queen Atlanna (Nicole Kidman) teaching her toddler son about his destiny as an heir to the throne of the undersea nation of Atlantis with the help of a teddy bear and a three-pronged fork. "Legend has it that one day a new king will come, who will use the power of the trident to put Atlantis back together again," she tells him, as a visual of the nation being above land flickers on the screen.

As fans of the series already know, the home of the Atlanteans started out on the surface before it submerged into the ocean when a meteor struck the Earth. Thus, it is safely to assume that the visual is a glimpse of the nation in all its glory.

Viewers also get to see a teenager Arthur receiving lesson from his mentor Nuidis Vulko (Willem Dafoe), who makes him jump off an extremely high cliff for his "first swimming lesson." Vulko can also be seen teaching Arthur how to fight with a quindent on the beach. Thanks to the endless training, Arthur gets the skills that become vital to his survival in later life.

In addition to his early life, the trailer shows more epic fighting scenes where Arthur and his brother King Orm (Patrick Wilson) battle for the throne. In order to defeat his brother, Vulko advises Arthur to seek out a trident, but the latter insists that he already has one while pointing out to his weapon. "Not like this one, you don't," Vulko replies.

The end of the clip shows Arthur standing tall in Aquaman's classic costume while holding his trident.

"Aquaman" follows half-Atlantean and half-human Arthur Curry, who was born to a lighthouse keeper (Temuera Morrison) and a runway Atlantean Queen Atlanna. Raised on the surface, Arthur discovers his connection to undersea life as a kid and uses his powers to fight undersea pirates as an adult.

When Arthur's half-brother King Orm is about to declare war on the surface world, Mera (Amber Heard), a princess of Xebel, one of the seven underwater kingdoms of Atlantis, finds him to convince him to claim his throne as the King of Atlantis. Initially reluctant, Arthur agrees to challenge King Orm to protect his "home" and the people he loves.

Directed by James Wan with Will Beall writing the script, the movie is due out in the United States on December 14.

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