The actor received an unexpected gift while at home. Look what it is about!
Jason Momoa celebrates his 41st birthday this Saturday August 1st in one of the best moments of his professional career. Although the projects on his doorstep had to be postponed due to theCOVID-19 pandemic , the actor has remained active in other activities that he usually shares on his social networks, including the surprise they gave him for his anniversary.
Through a post on his Instagram account , the actor known for his performance as Khal Drogo in “Game of Thrones” released a spectacular gift he received: an electric bass guitar from the Fender brand that was delivered to his residence. As they sang “Happy Birthday” to him, Jason Momoa was grateful for the gift and then played a couple of notes to release it.
Beyond all the current restrictions due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic this 2020 has not been so bad for Jason Momoa , whose name came out in the recent digital edition of Comic-Con. Film director Francis Lawrence revealed in the middle of a pre-event interview that the protagonist of “Aquaman” will be the new star of a tape he is producing for Netflix.
During a chat with Discussing Film, the director of “Constantine” who was also in charge of the series “See” for Apple TV + and where Jason Momoa is the main figure, Francis Lawrence spoke about future projects with the renowned Hollywood actor. “It’s actually in the movie that I’m going to do this fall, which is great. Yes, I love Jason. That was a very fun project. It was a really fun experience and Jason is a great guy. It is a lot of fun and it will be exciting to make another movie with him, ”he said.
According to the US media, everything would indicate that the next film would be an adaptation of the comic “Little Nemo in Slumberland”, one of the great classics in the history of comics first published in 1905 and 1911. In addition, as permitted by the lifting of the Measures of social isolation, Jason Momoa will play “Dune” in the remake of Denis Villanueve, another project that keeps the star of “Game of Thrones” excited.