Jason Momoa decided to go all out and channel his superhero character for the London premiere of his new film Aquaman on Monday.

The 39-year-old former Game of Thrones star brought a trident to the premiere of the DC Entertainment movie at Leicester Square in London, England. Momoa — who previously appeared as Arthur Curry/Aquaman in the 2017 film Justice League as well as the 2016 film Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice — will play the character in Aquaman, which is directed by James Wan and will be released on Dec. 21 in the United States.

In the film, Momoa portrays the titular superhero who is the half-human, half-Atlantean ruler of the underwater city of Atlantis. Curry gets caught in a war between the two worlds in the movie. Aquaman also stars Amber Heard, Willem Dafoe, Nicole Kidman, Dolph Lundgren and Patrick WilsonWan and several of Momoa’s co-stars from the film, including Heard, Lundgren and Wilson, also attended the London premiere.


Momoa donned what appeared to be a black leather jacket to the London premiere, as well as black pants and brown shoes.

“I have seen about as much as everyone else here,” Momoa told premiere host Alex Zane about the film, according to The Standard. “I’m waiting to see it with my babies. My kids were so stoked by the trailer so I’m going to wait to see it with them so I can hold their hands.”

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