Actor Jason Momoa says playing DC superhero Aquaman is the “biggest honour” for him.
The 38-year-old actor said portraying the character on big screen was a ”dream job” for him.
“I mean, that was the biggest honour, like when Zack (Snyder) told me – there’s just so many brown-skinned kids that are going to grow up and go, like, ‘Yeah, all of our gods are water gods.’
“It is an absolute honour. Some people accept that he’s not white. I think it’s cool. It’s an honour for me to be that person standing up. Dream job, you know what I mean?” Momoa said.
The “Game of Thrones” star has previously appeared as Aquaman in 2017’s “Justice League”. “Aquaman” stand-alone will hit the theatres in December this year.