Anyone who follows Game of Thrones' Jason Momoa knows that despite the intense roles he's repeatedly cast for, the guy himself is one of the down-to-earth celebrities off-screen.
... why do you they keep calling Jason Momoa scary. He's literally the softest bean. pic.twitter.com/N4dGYON3B2— ˗ˏˋharman ˎˊ˗ (@deadpoooI) January 27, 2017
At 6'4" and a lean on screen 214lbs, it's understandable why he can easily go from this:
Definitivamente el único mega mamado que me gusta en la vida es Jason Momoa.— Fernanda Salas 💀 (@ItsukinoKira) January 22, 2017
Es un bebesote de amor hawaiano. pic.twitter.com/uozlYQ3luz
To this, in a heartbeat.
Like other celebrities, he does need the occasional bodyguard escort to protect him from fans and drunk guys in Tapout shirts that swear they can armbar him to submission. The thing is, if you're a famous person that's towering over your bodyguards and that photo happens to make its way onto the net, well, you're going to get a few memes and some funny commentary.
one day i wanna be so jacked that my professional bodyguards look like minibosses you have to beat before you can fight me pic.twitter.com/K4B8rFaeLD— Conor (@IcecreamGenius) January 27, 2017
Jason momoa is so tall and jacked that sometimes it looks like he is body-guarding his bodyguards.— Shahzeb Saleh Zada (@shahzebsalehzad) January 31, 2017
"Mr. Momoa?"— Jordan Newbrary (@Grizzly_Berry) January 28, 2017
"Ah, yes, I must be your new bodyguard."
"Actually, sir, we're your-"
"Don't worry, I'll keep you two safe." pic.twitter.com/JzKPMR5M9i
Jason momoa is so massive his body guards look like aggro that follows an important enemy for a quest around pic.twitter.com/KTorDdwwLi— Rachel (@captaincIitoris) January 30, 2017
So many questions. Why does Jason Momoa need bodyguards? Shouldn't the body guards be at least as large as Jason Momoa? https://t.co/31xb6TAs1t— MeTweet (@MeTweetGrizz) January 28, 2017
If I get rich I’ll just hire bodyguards that are like 5’4” so I look tall. This works both ways. https://t.co/XcyQSQCyrm— William D French Jr (@MechE_Hokie) January 29, 2017
@IcecreamGenius couldn't the same effect be achieved by getting the muscle suit from SpongeBob, and hiring people that are shorter then you.— Russell (@StrongerStrange) January 28, 2017
Still 20 weeks to go until the new season of "Game of Thrones" hits. But pretty soon, the actor will have a whole new crazy fanbase to deal with. The Hawaii-born hunk stars as DC Comics superhero Aquaman in an upcoming standalone film, set to be released in December 2018.
Momoa previously starred as the character in 2016's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," and will reprise the role in "Justice League," which will hit theaters later this year.
The 37-year-old recently talked about the most challenging aspects of filming "Aquaman." "The fights on this were like nothing I’ve never done," he explained. "There’s so many, and we’re also 'underwater,' on these wires. So you’re doing stuff that your body’s not used to... The acting parts I love. I’ll do that for free."
We can't wait to see the finished product.