The "Slumberland" premiere was made a family event by Jason Momoa. The actor accompanied his mother Coni Momoa and the two kids he shares with his ex-girlfriend Lisa Bonet, Lola, 15, and Nakoa-Wolf, 13, as they made their way down the red carpet on November 9. Momoa's kids did go to the "The Batman" premiere in March of this year, so this is not the family's first red carpet outing.
The most important things in my life are my family and my children.
Momoa told E! News during the premiere, "My babies and my family are the most important thing." "We frequently embark on excursions and travel by car. All throughout the world, we go camping and act wild." The actor also took a moment to kiss Lola on the carpet before continuing.
While Momoa typically shields his children from the spotlight, Lola didn't mind being questioned and revealed that she frequently visited her father on the set while he was filming "Slumberland," which had a direct impact on a scene in the movie. We spent the majority of the time there, she claimed. "It was amazing. My friends and I created a dance routine to Dua Lipa's song "Don't Start Now," and my father enjoyed the dance so much that he included it in the film."
Even though Lola is only 15 years old and still has lots of time to plan her future, we wouldn't be shocked if she decided to pursue a career in entertainment like her father. While on the red carpet with their father, she and Nakoa-Wolf demonstrated that humour runs in the family by sticking their tongues out at the cameras.
Momoa appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" the same day to promote his new movie while sporting the pyjamas of his character, Flip, which were made of silky purple fabric. After a few minutes of questioning, the actor undressed to expose a butt-baring malo, a customary Hawaiian outfit, which he continued by claiming he wears "all the time."