As it turns out, Momoa is much like the rest of us when it comes to getting teary-eyed at all of the sad moments in ‘The Lion King’. The family went to a private screening of the remake, which features Beyoncé, Donald Glover, and Seth Rogan, for Lola’s 12th birthday. And while everyone enjoyed the film, Momoa got a bit emotional in the theatre.
The actor posted a photo of all of them in front of the film’s poster on his Instagram, with a caption that it “made him cry numerous times.” And boy, do fans love to see a different side of him than they’re used to. After all, Khal Drogo probably wouldn’t burst into tears upon the death of a big cat.
The Aquaman star and his gorgeous wife always wow when they show up together on the red carpets. But recently, it seems as though their amazing sense(s) of style have evolved even further, if that’s possible. Take for instance when the two recently went out on the town in Rome, dressed in golden God and Goddess-like outfits.
Not long before, they turned heads at the Oscars with Momoa in his pink velvet suit by Fendi and Bonet in a lovely matching gown.
Zoë isn’t the only one of the children within the family who’s seen their fair share of the red carpet. Sure, she’s seen more of it since she’s done acting of her own, but something tells us that Bonet and Momoa’s children may someday wind up gracing the screens with their own presence, as well.
For now, they’re happy with attending red carpet events with mom and dad, such as when they took Lola to a 'Lion King' private screening for her birthday, which was a bit more casual than your typical red carpet, but it was still there! Or, when both Lola and Nakoa-Wolf accompanied them to an early showing of 'Abominable'.
Momoa made waves in the fashion world when he showed up to the premiere of 'Joker' wearing a very similar outfit to that of the title character’s signature purple suit. Of course, the actor would make an appearance to support the mega-popular film, it’s a part of the DC Universe!
And, now that he and his stepdaughter have joined the ranks of the DCU, he’s turning his back on all things Marvel.
The actor delivered a powerful speech to the United Nations about the effects of climate change on smaller island nations. After all, as someone who was born and raised in Hawaii, he can certainly relate to the fears that the individuals on the islands must be feeling regarding the future of their homes.
After he had spoken, he posted a photo from the event on his Instagram and included the caption, “That was a life changing moment, a true honor to represent island nations at the UN.”