Jason Momoa recently wrapped filming the latest film in the Fast and the Furious franchise, Fast X. The actor has a ton of films on his plate and the next big thing he’ll star in will be Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. The film looks to be one of the biggest DC sequels with most of the previous cast returning. Momoa recently appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden and he participated in a hilarious challenge. The Aquaman star and the host slapped each other really hard with tortillas. You can check out the challenge in the video below.
Recently, Momoa’s Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom costar Yahya Abdul-Mateen II revealed that he thinks his work in the DC Comics film is clown work that most actors have to do to survive. Abdul-Mateen II kept it candid in a new interview with Variety.
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Everything should be about getting to the truth. But sometimes you got to know which movie or genre you’re in,” Abdul-Mateen told the trade. “Something like ‘Aquaman,’ that’s clown work. ‘Aquaman’ is not ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7.’ You have got to get over yourself.”
“In order to survive [as an actor] and to do it well, you have to play that game and then be crafty about when you want to surprise the audience, the director, or yourself with a little bit of ‘Wow, I didn’t expect to see a Chekhovian thing or August Wilson and Aquaman, but I did,”t he star added.
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