LONDON: The "Game of Thrones", Jason Momoa, produces a & # 39; The most recent superherographic distribution to the big screen, this "Aquaman" tour, to describe a half-human character, half-Atlantean DC Comics.
Initially, the 39-year-old appeared in the "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" in 2016 but now his own film explores the superhero sources.
Momoa describes her & her; A character, known as Artair Curry, when going on a self-detection journey, with a great deal of activity and a particular influence, spectators will be brought to life under the seabed underwater.
Bluebird walking – according to the film's subject of the film – the world's film in London Monday, Momoa said he was the most difficult job he had done so far.
"In exercise, it's just challenging and challenging to make the criteria and then stay in shape," said the actor to Reuters, saying that ; he identifies his character on various causes, and # 39; including "being a disappointment."
"I had two black blackbirds. I had never been playing today … There were so many types of people here."
The film also plays "The Rum Diary" and "Magic Mike XXL", a & # 39; Amber actress heard Mera's hero. Decorated in green uniform for the same end of the floor, Heard said she was not fond of having a superhero film.
"I was very appealing to the opinion … In the knowledge that I was so simple to that world, I did not really see what this would have to apply to me," she said.
"I am interested in complex roles that show women in more specific and more organic ways. And then the creatures called me (saying) that she is a witch. I like … well, I'm interested. "