Jason Momoa just proved he’s no different than all the other parents who want their kids to be involved in their lives.
The 39-year-old actor made quite the entrance to his “Aquaman” premiere, making sure his kids were right by his side the whole time. But this wasn’t just any ordinary red (or in this case, blue) carpet entrance. Momoa performed the Haka, a traditional Māori war dance. If you’ve never seen it before, it’s pretty intense.
The Hawaiian actor was joined by members of his cast in the Haka, but the most notable participants were his son, Nakoa-Wolf, 9, and daughter, Lola, 11.
The two kids showed no hesitation as they took their places in between a sea of grown men and began chanting in unison and performing right alongside their father.
It’s no surprise that Momoa would include his children in an epic performance like this; he’s all about his kids. Earlier this year, the actor told E News at a Comic Con event that his ideal downtime is spent “cuddling babies, kissing my wife, playing in the dirt, rock climbing, just being with my kids.”
Momoa is married to actress Lisa Bonet, who’s best known as Denise Huxtable on “The Cosby Show.”