Published On: Fri, Apr 3rd, 2015

Jason Momoa talks ‘Aquaman’ costume and ‘Justice League’ script

While promoting season 2 of Red Road, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice star Jason Momoa was asked about reprising the role of Aquaman in 2017’s Justice League Part One.

“Justice League is quite a ways off,” the Game of Thrones actor said. “We don’t have scripts and stuff like that. I’ll bring my professionalism there. I’ll bring my sense of humor. Hopefully people will like that. If they don’t I’ll modify it.”

“Momoa also is set to play Aquaman as a member of Warner Bros.’ Justice League. Though the multifilm commitment comes with a schedule that can make outside projects difficult, Momoa answers with an immediate “hell yeah” when asked if he’ll have time for a third season of Red Road, should one be ordered,” notes THR.

The first official image of Momoa as Aquaman was Tweeted out by director Zack Snyder not too long ago. “Michael [Wilkinson], the head costume designer, he created all of that,” Momoa revealed.

“I basically just showed up and he made it happen. And It’s all Zack, through his genius mind. I’m going to be in one of the biggest movies in history in a minute, playing a superhero. And I have kids so that’s cool. My kids can finally see something that I’m in.”

Momoa will make his debut as Aquaman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice on March 25, 2016 with Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Amy Adams, Gal Gadot, Ray Fisher, Laurence Fishburne, Ezra Miller, Scoot McNairy, and Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor.

Aquaman is set for a July 27, 2018 release.

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