The protagonist of “Aquaman”, Jason Momoa, offered an exclusive interview to the magazine In Style from the United States, where he talked about his life and work in Hollywood. The actor stood out for a marked pink look in the images that circulated from the interview.
The Hawaiian interpreter has no complexes when it comes to dressing in pink, and on other occasions he has worn clothes in the same tone.
“Pink is just a beautiful color,” he says. And I’m pretty sure of my masculinity. I really don’t give a shit … what other people think, “he added without remorse.
Momoa, 41 years old, almost six feet tall, with big muscles and a strong voice, hardly anyone would question his masculinity. The man, who is surrounded by women of character like his wife and mother, sees no difference between the sexes. “We all have the feminine and masculine side of us, and we need to embrace both,” he insists.
Jason Momoa’s fame came with Game of Thrones
Jason debuted in the film industry for the Baywatch series, but it was not until his participation in the famous saga “Game of Thrones” who achieved international fame, with his character “Khal Drogo”. However, his character died before the series became a hit.
He said that after that stage it was difficult to find work and suffered serious financial problems with his wife, actress Lisa Bonet, and their two children.
“I mean, we were starving after Game of Thrones,” he recalls. “I couldn’t get a job. It’s very challenging when you have babies and you are completely in debt. “
Luckily for the actor, his situation improved in 2016 when he was chosen to impersonate the aquatic superhero, which was released in 2018 with total success. According to the site specialized in cinema IMDB, managed to exceed one billion dollars in collection, one of the few in history to exceed this figure.
For next year expects the premiere of “Dune”, a science fiction film that will be released next year. In the movie, the Hawaiian plays the warrior Duncan Idaho, the most trusted man of Paul Atreides, a young ruler played by Timothée Chalamet.