SCREEN CAPTURE / YOUTUBEActor Jason Momoa, left, was joined by his children, right, in performing a haka at the premiere of Aquaman.
FOR ALL you fans of Maori haka's, this one's for you.
Jason Momoa, star of the Aquaman movie, performed a haka, a traditional Maori war chant, at the red carpet premiere yesterday (Dec. 12) in what's got to be a Hollywood first.
The Hawaii-born actor was joined by members of his cast in the Haka, but the most notable participants were his son, Nakoa-Wolf, 9, and daughter, Lola, 11.
His two children that he had with his wife actress Lisa Bonet, were not bashful as they took their places among a squad of grown men from the movie's crew and cast and began chanting in unison and performing right alongside their father, reports USA Today."
The movie, directed by James Wan, has its general release Dec. 21.