Amazon Prime members get the chance to see Aquaman early

If you’re an Amazon Prime member and a DC fan, there’s some awesome news. Subscribers will get the chance to see the Aquaman movie live.

DC is going the way of Marvel in the sense of bringing solo movies for many of its characters. After the success of Wonder Woman, Jason Mamoa’s Aquaman is the next Justice League solo movie to come out. And those who sign up to Amazon Prime will get the chance to see that solo movie early.

Aquaman is out in theaters on Dec. 21. Who isn’t counting down the days to see this fresh, mature, and hot (yes, very hot) version of Aquaman? Put all those memories of the blond-haired half man-half fish aside.

Unfortunately, there’s a catch. You won’t get to see it on Amazon Prime Video. If only, right? Instead, you’ll get access to tickets to see the movie in theaters early.

Photo Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures via WB Media Pass/ Justice League

Only select theaters will be involved. It’s usually the AMC theaters that offer this sort of deal, according to Screen Rant. However, there may be others in your area. It also sounds like this is only open to those in the United States, which is really annoying for those of us who can see the States from our apartment but are on the opposite side of a border.

Amazon Prime members will have the opportunity to get tickets for screenings from Dec. 15 onward. You can get up to 10 tickets, which is great if you have friends who would love to get access to the screening too. Remember, you can get a 30-day free trial to Prime if you haven’t got it yet and you’ll get this perk.

It’s not the first time Amazon Prime subscribers have gotten this sort of deal. Hotel Translyvania and Juamanji: Welcome to the Jungle both had early screening offers through Amazon Prime.

The tickets will be available through Amazon Prime soon, according to Release News.

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Will you head out to see Aquaman early? Will you get Amazon Prime just to see it five days early? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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