Fast & Furious 10: Aquaman Star Jason Momoa Confirms He Will be the Film's Villain

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Jason Momoa is a man of talent and wit, add a little humor, and he is perfect to be included in the cast of Fast & Furious 10 wherein when announced last month, the fans of the actor and the franchise went ballistic. Now, the Aquaman star confirms which role he would be playing and he revealed that he would be the villain in the film.

Fast & Furious 10: Aquaman Star Jason Momoa Confirms He Will be the Film's Villain
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Fast & Furious 10: Aquaman Star Jason Momoa Confirms He Will be the Film's Villain

Attending the red-carpet premiere of The Batman in support of his step-daughter, Zöe Kravitz, Jason Momoa had a chat with Entertainment Tonight and when asked what his role would Fast 10 be, Momoa hinted what his role would be, "I'm gonna go do Fast 10, that's gonna be fun. Do something, small, independent over in London. It's fun, I get to play the bad guy, which I haven't gotten to do for a while. Now, I get to be the bad boy. A very flamboyant bad boy. A little panache!"

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The announcement of Jason Momoa finally joining the Fast Saga was made last month and the fans of the actor and the film franchise got excited about the involvement of the actor in the franchise because, admit it, his personality fits where the series of films are going, possibly complementing that of the lead cast.

The Fast Saga has been around for more than a decade and the next for the series would be a back-to-back where two movies would be released only a year apart. That would be the tenth and the eleventh film and Momoa is expected to appear on both given its back-to-back nature.

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Jason Momoa had a sweet reason to attend the red-carpet premiere of The Batman and while he and Lisa Bonet already announced that they would be separating, Momoa and his children with Bonet, 14-year-old Lola, and 13-year-old Nakoa-Wolf, continue their support to Zöe Kravitz, who stars in the film as Catwoman alongside Robert Pattinson’s version of the Dark Knight.

It is fitting for him to talk about what his role on the Fast Saga would be considering that the franchise has focused on the word “family” and that is the main reason why Momoa was at the event in the first place, a real family man.

Currently, Momoa is working on a DC project where the second Aquaman film is expected to be released on December 16, 2022. The Fast Saga is expected to come out with the tenth and eleventh installment of the movie in 2023 and 2024 respectively.