“Aquaman” star Jason Momoa has been actively protesting the construction of the Thirty Meters Telescope (TMT) on Mauna Kea, Hawaii.
The actor previously stated that the filming of “Aquaman 2” could not continue until the matter is settled and construction on the sacred land has been stopped.
“Aquaman” star Jason Momoa expressed his anger over a viral video showing two men cutting off a shark’s tail off the coast of Greenland and laughing at the animal’s suffering.
Footage of the incident, shared by Facebook user Christel Ýr Johansen, shows the two fishermen, identified as Halldór Gústaf and Gunnar Þór, cutting off the tail of a Greenland shark and laughing it off as they throw the animal back into the water, according to Greenworld Warriors.
The 39-year-old actor of Native Hawaiian descent, who starred as Khal Drogo in the HBO epic “Game of Thrones,” was pressured to do a Haka dance move at the red carpet during an interview with Graham on Sunday, according to Huffington Post.
The Star “Aquaman,” Jason Momoa reportedly surprised his friends and family with a visit to his home state of Iowa earlier this month, however, what really got fans teary-eyed is when he dropped by at his grandmother’s.
In the short documentary-style video, titled “On The Roam,” the “Game of Thrones” actor meets up with his family and friends in Des Moines and visits some of his favorite places like the “Kung Fu Tap & Taco” and local diner, “The Waveland Cafe.”
“Aquaman” passed the $1 billion mark on Saturday, making director James Wan the second filmmaker, alongside James Cameron, to helm two $1 billion-plus grossers for two different studios.
Wan’s first billion-dollar hit was Universal’s “Furious 7” which grossed $1.5 billion in the global box office in 2015.
‘Aquaman’ Jason Momoa Performs Surprise Haka Dance to Honor Polynesian Culture at Hollywood Premiere
“Aquaman” star Jason Momoa and fellow cast members stunned the audience with a surprise haka dance at their Hollywood premiere on Wednesday night.
The Hawaiian star, along with cast members such as New Zealand’s Temuera Morrison, kicked off the performance by striding before the press and fans with his trident.