Jason Momoa
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Pride of Gypsies



In the best possible way, Momoa is a physical performer, a natural for superhero roles. This made his success in “Aquaman” almost a foregone conclusion — the titular film for the watery wonder drew $335 million during 2018-19, and Momoa is set for the 2022 sequel. He also supplied his voice as Aquaman in “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part.” In 2018, producer — through his company Pride of Gypsies — was added to his actor moniker in the man-defends-family actioner “Braven.” And after breaking on “Game of Thrones,” he’s been back to the small screen: hosting “SNL” and starring/executive producing on Netflix’s “Frontier.” Of late, he’s been shooting the “See” series for Apple TV Plus, about a world where humans have gone blind.


  • SEE


  • Colorado State University (CO, USA)

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TV Review: Jason Momoa's 'See' on Apple TV Plus

TV Review: Jason Momoa's 'See' on Apple TV Plus

It’s perhaps to be applauded that, at its launch, Apple TV Plus doesn’t have a genre tentpole show based on an established intellectual property — its equivalent, say, of “The Mandalorian,” the “Star Wars”-universe series that will serve as further inducement for Disney Plus subscribers. Instead, Apple is trusting a mix of unfamiliar properties to win the day, a victory for those who say that repetitious franchise work is sapping Hollywood of innovation.And yet. Spiraling away from narrative control as...


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