Archive for July, 2013
We have a great video of Jason at Comic Con and he always livens up the stage. Thanks so much to Trash Wire for sharing.
New image of Jason at Comic Con and video, also check out the article from Yahoo on Jason’s surprise visit to ‘The Games of Thrones’ pane. I will try to add more images when I find them.
Jason is so cute, he is at the 14:43 mark.
Jason Momoa, who played Khal Drogo during the first season of “Game of Thrones,” made a surprise appearance during the show’s panel at Comic-Con on Friday.
Rushing the stage, Momoa shouted, “I’m not dead!” before kissing his on-screen wife Emilia Clarke. Just as abrupt as he appeared, Momoa quickly ran off the stage.
Clarke, who appeared genuinely surprised by Momoa’s smooch, was momentarily speechless before reciting one of Daenerys’s lines, “My son and stars.”
I read this and thought it was so cute to share.
While she was talking about how “exhilarating” Season 5 was to film, Jason Momoa, who played Daenerys’ husband Khal Drogo, ran on stage, kissed Clarke, said, “I’m not dead!” and then ran off again. Of course, the Comic-Con crowd full of “Game of Thrones” diehards freaked out.
Exciting news! Jason will be starring in a new project.
Jason Momoa, who toplined 2011?s Conan reboot and appeared on HBO’s Game Of Thrones, has been cast in Sundance Channel‘s second original scripted series The Red Road. The project, formerly known as The Descendants, has a straight-to-series six-episode order. It’s described as a hard-hitting drama that revolves around Harold Jensen, a sheriff struggling to keep his family together while simultaneously policing two clashing communities: the small town where he grew up and the neighboring Ramapo Mountains, home of the Ramapo Mountain Indians. Momoa will play Indian ex-con Phillip Kopus. Julianne Nicholson had already been cast as the female lead. Writer Aaron Guzikowski and Sarah Condon are exec producing and Bridget Carpenter will serve as executive producer/showrunner. The first Sundance original series, Rectify, has been a critical success and returns for a second season next yea
The Beast/ Prince Adam: Jason MomoaImage by Carlos Alvarez / Getty Images
First of all, Jason Momoa is kind of already a little beasty (*nudges you*). Second, when the beast turns human and he’s in the rain it turns out he has gigantic muscles and secret chest beauty, which is where Jason thrives.
Exciting news, Wolves will be having a panel at Comic-Con on July 19th.
3:45 PM – 4:45 PM Wolves
A sneak peek at David Hayter‘s directorial debut, the action werewolf thriller Wolves, followed by a Q&A panel with David Hayter (X-Men, X2: X-Men United, Watchmen) and stars Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones) and Lucas Till (X-Men: First Class). Room 5ABSource: MovieWeb
Game of Thrones has a reputation for killing off lots of characters, and as a result the show probably puts more actors out of work than any other program out there. So we thought it would be fun to see what some of our old favorites have been up to since their arc on the show ended — and what’s next for those caught up in the slaughter fest that was Season 3!
Click through this gallery to see what Sean Bean, Jason Momoa, and more are up to now!
Khal Drogo – Jason Momoa
Khal Drogo was considered by many to be a savage brute, but it turns out Momoa is quite the intellectual. In fact, he’s pulled triple duty writing, directing, and starring in the indie film Road to Paloma. In the film, Momoa rides a motorcycle across the vast desert of the American West. Maybe it’s just us, but we feel like he should have ridden a horse instead.