Jason Momoa teases his ‘androgynous’ ‘Fast & Furious 10’ villain

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Jason Momoa teases his 'androgynous' 'Fast & Furious 10' villain
Jason Momoa teases his 'androgynous' 'Fast & Furious 10' villain

Fast & Furious 10’s “androgynous” villain Jason Momoa teases: “He’s a bit of a peacock”

Jason Momoa is prepared to play the villain after so many years of portraying the hero.

The tenth mainstream film in the “Fast and Furious” series from Universal, “Fast X,” excites the actor to reveal his sinister part. During the red carpet debut of the third season of the actor’s Apple TV+ series on Tuesday night, Momoa gave fans a little peek at what they may anticipate from his character.

“Best time of my life. Finally, I get to play the villain. For a time, I’ve played the nice guy, Momoa told Variety’s, Marc Malkin. He is extremely sadistic, somewhat androgynous, and resembles a peacock. He’s got a lot of issues. He undoubtedly struggles with father issues.

But first, Momoa will reprise his role as Arthur Curry in the DC Comics sequel “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom,” which will be released in the spring. That way, he won’t have to fight Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto and his Fast family.

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Momoa mentioned his experience rejoining with Ben Affleck, who plays Bruce Wayne, aka Batman, in “The Lost Kingdom,” and hinted that the sequel will have “far more humor” than its 2018 predecessor. In the superhero team-up movie “Justice League” and its 2021 director’s cut, “Zack Snyder’s Justice League,” Affleck and Momoa donned matching outfits.

“There are only hugs and kisses. According to Variety, Momoa remarked of Affleck, “I adore him. “We communicate too well. Being able to see him again is fantastic.

After that, Momoa reunited with his “See” co-stars to usher in the third and last season of the show. The science fiction drama is set in a world that has been blinded for hundreds of years. The most recent episodes follow up after Momoa’s fearless Baba Voss says goodbye to his family and departs for a life of solitude in the forest, only for a fresh threat to materialize and force him to return in order to save his tribe.

Momoa calculates that during the course of the narrative, his character has killed “plus” 100 people. It’s undoubtedly the most extreme killing I’ve ever carried out, he declared.

The first episode of “See’s” third and final season will premiere on Apple TV+ on August 26. The remaining seven episodes will follow on a weekly basis.

The movies “Fast X” and “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” will be released in theatres on March 17 and May 19, respectively, in 2023.

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