Jason Momoa showed his help for enduring Ukrainians in the midst of the Russian attack by wearing the nation’s tones on the 2022 Oscars Awards red carpet on Sunday.
The “Dune” star looked smooth in a beat-up tuxedo by Henry Poole, however, the genuine point of convergence of his outfit was his blue-and-yellow handkerchief, a gesture to the shades of the Ukraine banner.
Momoa, 42, also pulled his flowing locks back in a braid and accessorized with a bow tie and square-frame glasses.
“Glory to Ukraine,” he told reporters on the scene.
Who Is Jason Momoa?
Jason Momoa is an American actor and movie producer. He made his acting presentation as Jason Ioane on the partnered activity show series Baywatch: Hawaii (1999-2001), which was trailed by his depiction of Ronon Dex on the Syfy sci-fi series Stargate Atlantis (2005-2009), Khal Drogo in the initial two periods of the HBO dream dramatization series Game of Thrones (2011-2012), Declan Harp on the Discovery Channel chronicled show series Frontier (2016-2018), and Baba Voss on the Apple TV+ sci-fi series See (2019-present).
Momoa was highlighted as the lead of the two lattermost series.
Starting around 2016, Momoa depicts Arthur Curry/Aquaman in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU), featuring the eponymous 2018 film and its 2023 spin-off.
Momoa additionally played Duncan Idaho in the 2021 film transformation of the sci-fi novel Dune.