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Jason Momoa

Real Or Not Real?

Jason Momoa Explains Why He Turned Down Guardians of the Galaxy

Turns out Khal Drogo Jason Momoa did audition for Drax in Guardians of the Galaxy, but he turned the role down. And we have Stargate: Atlantis to thank.

Screw you, Stargate:Atlantis.


Keep the Change Ya Filthy Animal

Khal Drogo Is The Werewolf Who Mounts The World [Trailer]

Game of Thrones Jason Momoa as a werewolf? I’d like to say, “I’m there,” but what is up with them ripping off the 80s Teen Wolf movie? Also, it kind of just looks like a terrible film. But Momoa does have some epic guyliner going on. It’s a tough call.

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Game of Thrones’ Jason Momoa In Talks For Man of Steel Sequel



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This Cosplay Music Video Features The Real Cersei Lannister, Khal Drogo, Hodor & More

I’ve been known to show appreciation for a good cosplay music video but this one out of the London Film & Comic Con gets extra points for nabbing cameos from the likes of David Hasselhoff, Danny Glover, Lena Headey, Jason Momoa, Amanda Tapping, Eve Myles, Kristian Nairn, Kristanna Loken, and Peter Kent. And of course, tons of talented cosplayers as well.

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My Spidey Sense Is Tingling

Marvel Gives Former WWE Champion David Bautista Guardians of the Galaxy Role

Well, at least no one can say he doesn’t look the part, right? 


My Spidey Sense Is Tingling

Khal Drogo Might Play Drax The Destroyer In Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy

Not there there’s a lack of muscle-bound dudes in Hollywood but it makes me very happy to think Game of Thrones’ Jason Momoa may land the role of Drax the Destroyer in Guardians of the Galaxy.


The Human Machine

Arnold Schwarzenegger Is Going To Play Conan The Barbarian Again

Look, I’m just gonna say it. Someone needs to shoot Arnold Schwarzenegger with some elephant tranquilizers and give him an intervention. The 65-year-old actor is going to reprise his role as Conan the Barbarian in a new film. This is just…I have no words. No wait, I do. BY CROM!


And Fansplosions Abound

My First Trip To Emerald City Comicon Or, That Time Khal Drogo Recognized Me

I was lucky enough to attend several comic conventions in 2011, the last being New York Comic Con back in October, which meant I was going through convention withdrawal. Big time. For various reasons I had to scale back on the trips this year so I decided my first convention of 2012 would have to be one I never attended. I decided to make the trip to Seattle, Washington for the 10th annual Emerald City Comicon. And now I’m here to tell you all about it. 


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The Women Of Conan The Barbarian, Better Than You Might Think

I’ll be honest, the only reason I was going to see the recent reboot of Conan the Barbarian was for its star Jason Momoa. Thanks to his time on HBO’s Game of Thrones, he’s now someone I follow (not in a creepy way). I wasn’t really a fan of the 1982 Conan and I had no illusions the film would be anything but a male-pandering, bloody escapade with lots of bared breasts. What I was surprised to find out was it was an excellent depiction of strong female characters. And lots of bared breasts.


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NYCC Entertainment Guests Announced… Including Chad Michael Murray?

With San Diego Comic Con well in the summer’s past, it’s the east coast’s turn to unleash its urban geeks. For most comic conventions, everyone anticipates which celebrities of nerd-dom will ultimately show up at one of these conventions to promote his or her new project. The New York City Comic Con is still a month away (Oct. 13-16), but some interesting and surprising guests have been announced (with more hopefuls to still be added to the guest list), including: Luke Skywalker himself Mark Hamill, Jay & Silent Bob (Kevin Smith/Jason Mewes), actor Jason Momoa from this summer’s Conan the Barbarian, director John Landis, actress Rose McGowan, actor Stephan Lang, actor Kevin Sorbo of Hercules, Lou “the one and only Hulk” Ferrigno and — if you thought it couldn’t get any more random — actor Chad Michael Murray(?)