‘Busted on set’: Jason Momoa and Ben Affleck seen working on Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom … as Warner Bros.
Jason Momoa on Thursday took to Instagram with a shot alongside fellow A-lister Ben Affleck because apparently they were working on the upcoming movie Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom at Burbank, CaliforniaWarner Bros.’s Studios.
The Aquaman leading man, 42, donned an off-white top as he leaned into Affleck, 49, who was dressed in a black suit with black tie.
‘REUNITED bruce and arthur,’ the Honolulu, Hawaii native captioned the shot, referring to her DC superhero alter ego names of Bruce Wayne and Arthur Curry. ‘Love you and miss you Ben.’
The latest: Jason Momoa, 42, took to Instagram on Thursday with a photo alongside fellow A-lister Ben Affleck, 49, as they apparently worked on the upcoming film Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom in Burbank, California’s Warner Bros. Studios.
The 6ft4 screen star was also seen outside Affleck’s trailer, laughing as he was spotted by a group of people who were visiting the Warner Bros. studio tour names.
‘WB studio tours just explored the backlot properly,’ he said, adding ‘on set all the great things to come AQUAMAN 2 all my aloha j.’
He laughed when he encountered a group of fans on a tram and said: ‘Well, it’s no longer a secret? Sorry children.
‘That’s what happens Warner Bros., when you walk off your set and there’s our fans, hey guys, having a good time… well, we tried to keep it a secret.’
The actors were seen sharing a light moment on set for the upcoming DC movie
Momoa laughed as he encountered a group of fans on a tram, saying: ‘Well, it’s no longer a secret? sorry kid’
People at the Warner Bros. tour tram captured the moment with their phones
The Instagram post received reactions from a number of Momoa’s show business colleagues, including Josh Brolin, who wrote, ‘Hahahahahaha,’ while Ian Somerhalder wrote, ‘F***ing BOSSES.’
Affleck, who tied the knot with Jennifer Lopez earlier this month in Las Vegas, also plays Batman in the upcoming film The Flash.
He spoke about reprising the role in an interview with The Herald Sunand calls it ‘a really nice finish to my experience with that character.’
He added: ‘I’ve never said this – this is very much from the press – but maybe my favorite scenes in terms of Batman and the interpretation of Batman that I’ve done, were in the Flash movie. I hope they maintain the integrity of what we did, because I thought it was great and really interesting—different, but not in a way that’s incongruous with the character.
‘Who knows? Maybe they’ll decide it doesn’t work, but when I went and did it, it was really fun and really, really satisfying and encouraging and I thought, “Wow – I think I finally figured it out.”‘
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