Patrick Wilson
Patrick Wilson attends the world premiere of 'Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them' on Nov. 10, 2016 in New York City. Getty Images/Michael Loccisano

DC Comics and Warner Bros.’ upcoming movie “Aquaman” just found its main villain. Jason Momoa, who plays the titular character and the King of the Seven Seas, will meet his match in 2018.

“Conjuring 2” actor Patrick Wilson has been cast as Aquaman’s evil half-brother, according to Deadline. His character’s name is Orm in the film, but in the comics, he is more popularly known as the Ocean Master.

Here are three things you need to know about the Ocean Master:

1. He Wants The Throne Of Atlantis

In the comics, Ocean Master or Orm wants nothing more than the throne of Atlantis. He often wreaks havoc on the seas when he doesn’t get his way and constantly schemes to usurp his brother from the throne.

2. The Ocean Master And Aquaman’s Relationship Is Similar To Thor And Loki’s

Much like how mischievous Loki lusts for his brother’s throne in the Marvel comics, the Ocean Master always harbors a dream of ruling the Seven Seas.

3. They Share Similar Powers

The Ocean Master’s myriad powers include strength, endurance, flexibility, ability to heal, marine telepathy and magic. Similarly, Aquaman’s many gifts include strength, agility, marine telepathy and ability to heal. What separates the two brothers is that Orm is often seen with a magical trident – a device that focuses his energy and enables him to control storms.

Wilson has been seen in a number of films and TV shows. He appeared in FX anthology series “Fargo,” and in movies such as “Conjuring,” “Insidious” and “Insidious: Chapter 2.” He has been nominated for two Golden Globe awards, one Emmy award and has received two Tony awards for starring in Broadway musicals.

Wilson will also join Johnny Depp’s ex-wife Amber Heard as Mera, Queen of Atlantis, in the cast of “Aquaman.”

Before “Aquaman,” Momoa will be seen playing a major role in the upcoming “Justice League” in which he and other superheroes will battle against villain Steppenwolf.

“Aquaman” hits theatres on Oct. 5, 2018.