Here's the reason why Jason Momoa won't watch his new movie 'Dune' with his kids


Jason Momoa suggests that his upcoming movie, “Dune," may not be suitable for children.

The actor, 41, told Men’s Health that he does not intend to watch the film with his 11-year-old son, Nokoa-Wolf "Wolfie," due to the movie’s graphic nature.

“My son just loses it,” the actor said. “’Papa, are you okay?’ And I’m like, ‘Son, I’m sitting right next to you. We’re good. This was two years ago. Just watch the movie.’”

The actor said he hopes to watch the movie with his entire family once his children are old enough to watch the violent scenes.

The upcoming film is a change of pace from his usual tough-guy and hyper-masculine roles. Momoa is best known for his work on the hit HBO series "Game of Thrones" and DC Comic’s "Aquaman."

“I may look big and tough, but I’m not,” he explained to the publication.

Momoa shares "Wolfie" with actress Lisa Bonet. The couple also have a 13-year-old daughter named Lola.

The new sci-fi movie will be Momoa's first time working with acclaimed director Denis Villeneuve and Academy Award-winning and nominated actors, including Timothée Chalamet and Javier Bardem.

Buzz of his new film comes after the actor admitted that he was "completely in debt" after he was killed off on "Game of Thrones" after the second season.

"Dune" is set to be released in October 2021 after being postponed due to COVID-19.

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