Jason Momoa claims that Hollywood neglected one of his favorite films

Jason Momoa claims that Hollywood neglected one of his favorite films ...

Jason Momoa is riding high right now, as did Denis Villeneuves' adaptation of Dune, which he starred in on HBOs, but it might be a while before he sees him again. At the same time, he was unable to direct any action on his own, but he was not impressed by his early action. It was also a shameful process for Jason Momoa to get a sequel to Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, which is expected to be released in March 2017.

Jason Momoa is riding pretty high right now. Denis Villeneuves' adaptation of Dune is fantastic, although it may be a while before we see him again. He has his own starring Apple TV+ show See, in which he got to tie with Dave Bautista. According to Jason Momoa, the film for which he was spooked in 2011 was the Conan the Barbarian reboot.

Conan the Barbarian was one of the greatest experiences that Jason Momoa experienced in filming, but he thought the film was eventually made into a big pile of s***. That is refreshingly candid about a film that was initially intended to be a star for him after years of playing in movies like Baywatch: Hawaii and Stargate Atlantis. It's remarkable that Jason Momoa admits to being involved in a slew of roles, both positive and positive.

In an attempted reboot of Robert E. Howard's long-running adventures, Conan was shown by a young Arnold Schwarzenegger. It makes sense that Jason Momoa was optimistic that the film might play another large, heavily muscular man in a hard flop, earning $63 million on a $90 million budget. It was also poorly received by critics and currently has an anemic 25% on Rotten Tomatoes.

While Jason Momoa might blame the commercial and critical failure of Conan the Barbarian on post-production work, the film had a kind of complicated development process that rarely results out. Several attempts to reclaim Arnold Schwarzenegger were stalled by his nomination to the world's highest executive office, which was presumably distracting, but Brett Ratner apologises for the fact that he did not direct the script.

Jason Momoa would be cast as the DC Extended Universes Aquaman a few years afterward. While the first few movies featuring Jason Momoa were not particularly popular, his eventual solo film in 2018 became the single most sought-after DCEU film to date. The sequel, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, is expected to premiere in March of 2017.

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