Jason Momoa claims he's sorry to have missed the "Justice League" wrap party because he's "a huge fan of the food and merriment." But please. Look at that body. How much "food and merriment" can a person really enjoy and still look like that? He'd have to be a superhero.
Momoa plays Aquaman in "Justice League," and his own upcoming DC solo film. In his Instagram post thanking the JL cast and crew, he mentioned missing the wrap party to "prepare for the north":
"There's to many people to thank for all their hard work JL. Tonight is our wrap party. I am so thankful for my cast and crew. I love you. I have never in my life missed a wrap party But as you all know I'm a huge fan of the food and merriment!!!! ??????????????????????????????Unfortunately I prepare for the north. For those that will be there. I WON'T let you down Shaka aaalllooohhhaaa see u Monday xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx aquaman"
He signed off "Aquaman" but there's debate at this point on what he'll be filming in the north. More Aquaman scenes for "Justice League"? The start of his own solo film? Or perhaps even work on "The Crow" movie?
At any rate, it looks like Momoa missed a decent party - Henry Cavill seemed to have fun, which is good news, since Superman did not have the best time in "Batman v Superman":
#forgebar was taken over this evening by the #justiceleague themselves. #henrycavill #ezramiller #rayfisher #zachsnyder wore some of the faces to grace our lovely venue. Follow for more info on the film #unitetheseven
"Justice League," directed by Zack Snyder, is scheduled for release November 17th, 2017.
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