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Jason Momoa’s Epic Performance With His Kids At Aquaman Premiere Is Everything

Jason Momoa’s Epic Performance With His Kids At Aquaman Premiere Is Everything

The Hawaiian actor Jason Mamoa never fails to surprise us!

On December 22 he attended the premiere of his latest film Aquaman and he literally danced on stage together with his crew, friends, and children. Yes, read on and listen to this story!

He and the aforementioned group went on to perform haka – a traditional war dance in Māori culture. Of course, he took the attention of all the photographs and people on the red carpet- this time dancing!

This kind of dance called ‘Haka’ is a tradition in Hawaiian culture and the 39-year-old actor comes from New Zealand!

No wonder his son Nakoa-Wolf, 9, and daughter, Lola, 11 were the most upstaged participants. His wife Lisa is seen on sides watching to her family’s performance as well.

See the clip yourself:

Source: Variety

The actor sometimes wears a Pounamu necklace – a type of green gemstone found in New Zealand and he often talks about his country.

 

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No strange that Momoa included his children in an epic performance like this, he proved many times to be a loving parent and quite a dedicated husband.

Many fans took to Twitter to comment on this spectacular performance. One wrote: “Jason Momoa is performing a haka on the carpet! Is this the best carpet ever?”

Another one tweeted: “Absolutely fab! Jason Momoa leading a haka at every red carpet premiere from now on is a must…”

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His recent film ‘Aquaman’ broke records on China, for more you can head over to this article “Aquaman” Breaks Records In China, Earning $93.6 Million On Opening Weekend.

Momoa played the other beloved character of Khal Drogo in Game Of Thrones. His appearance on Saturday Night Live left us on bonkers as well.

 

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Aquaman was set for release in the UK on December 14 – meaning it’s out now!!

***grabs some popcorns and heads to cinema**

Source: Unilad

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