Jason Momoa Heads The New Netflix This Season

Farwa Raza

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Jason Momoa heads the new Netflix for this season.

The Hawaiian actor comes with everything this month.

Jason Momoa, like Ben Affleck, has spent the last few months busy with the different film projects to which he has joined. The last of them is part of Netflix’s new bet for this season: a movie called “Sweet Girl” that will show him as a father who will do the impossible to defend the only thing he has left.

This week Netflix released the first images of what is coming next month. Among the more notable screen-time entries in the new trailer are Zack Snyder’s “Army of the Dead,” “Sweet Girl,” starring Jason Momoa, “Monster,” starring ASAP Rocky and Nas, and “Beckett,” starring John. David Washington.

Jason Momoa, meanwhile, used his Instagram account to share the same trailer that puts him at the center of the streaming giant’s premieres. “I’m looking forward to seeing Sweet Girl along with all these incredible movies that will arrive this summer,” he wrote alongside the publication, but not before tagging the actors who accompanied him to tell them how proud he is of them.

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In addition to Jason Momoa, the film will feature performances by Manuel Garcia Rulfo, Justin Bartha, Adria Arjona, Michael Raymond-James, Raza Jaffrey and Amy Brenneman. Also, it is shaping up to be one of Netflix’s original titles for the next few months. In the photos, Jason Momoa appears fully in character getting out of a car with his daughter to one side.

Brian Andrew Mendoza will make his directorial debut with “Sweet Girl” which reunited him with Jason Momoa as previously, the couple worked together on the 2018 action movie “Braven” and on “Frontier”, one of the productions that He was most successful in the streaming giant and in the Hawaiian actor’s prestigious career.


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