When you want another excuse to be completely enchanted by Jason Momoa, right here’s a enjoyable reality: he appears to be a reasonably good dancer and a good higher dad. The Dune actor confirmed off his expertise alongside his co-star, Marlow Barkley, and his daughter, Lola Iolani Momoa, 15, on the set of their new movie, Slumberland.
Momoa shared a couple of movies on his Instagram this week of various apply periods in between movie takes, and the result’s actually valuable.
Within the first video, you see Lola main the choreography whereas Jason and Marlow sing the music, Don’t Begin Now by Dua Lipa, and observe alongside along with her dance strikes. They’re each in full costume apparel for his or her scenes — and even nonetheless have their harnesses on.
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He additionally posted a couple of photographs with the forged and crew, writing, “I really like this film. SLUMBERLAND. nov18 @netflix. my child woman and @marlowbarkley educating us a @dualipa dance love u @ryantarran @francishlawrence @mztsummerville the forged and crew. My lovely workforce all the time. and like to Toronto aloha j. ps, the remaining is my making an attempt to cover from Marlow, so I had sufficient vitality to make this loopy film. Getting outdated.”
Jason additionally hit the crimson carpet for the movie’s premiere with Lola and his son, Nakoa-Wolf, 13, as his dates for the night. And yep, they wore their jammies.
In an interview with E! News, Lola shares how she and her brother have been capable of hold on set for many of filming, and he or she additionally gushed proudly about her choreography, sharing, “Me and my associates choreographed a dance routine to ‘Don’t Begin Now’ by Dua Lipa, after which my dad cherished the dance, so he put it within the film.”
Jason chimed in, including that his co-star Marlow additionally cherished the dance, saying, “Marlow cherished it; she [also] dances, so we put it in as just a little dream sequence.”
Slumberland is described as “the world of goals,” and Jason Momoa “performs ‘Flip,’ an eccentric outlaw on a mission to assist a younger woman (Marlow Barkley) journey by means of goals and flee nightmares in hopes of reuniting along with her father.”
When requested what Momoa is most grateful for, the dad of two shared, “My infants and my household are an important factor. We all the time go on adventures, so we go on street journeys. We go wild and go tenting world wide.”
His new movie premieres tomorrow, November 18th, on Netflix.