Jason Momoa Performs Haka at 'Aquaman' Premiere
Jason Momoa's at it again, folks. You might like to think you've sufficiently recovered from his Saturday Night Live striptease, and nothing can phase you anymore, but you'd better sit down for this. The 39-year-old actor kicked off the Aquaman Hollywood premiere on Dec. 12 with an intense haka performance with members of the cast, and his kids chanted right alongside him.
Jason's no stranger to the traditional Maori haka. He took part in a chant with a group of shirtless fighters (mhmm, you read that right) while filming Aquaman in New Zealand and even used the haka as part of his Game of Thrones audition. This performance was extra special, however, because his 11-year-old daughter, Lola, and 9-year-old son, Nakoa-Wolf, joined in, as his wife, Lisa Bonet, cheered them on from the side. Well that, and he broke his trident clean in half when the haka began. Watch the full chant in all its glory above, then keep reading to catch it from different angles — if you dare. I recommend you keep smelling salts and something soft to land on nearby, just in case.