“I’ve worked with Superman twice, that would be creepy”: Jason Momoa Talks About Future Projects With Henry Cavill After His Return in Black Adam

Jason Momoa Talks About Future Projects With Henry Cavill
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Jason Momoa has had an incredible screen presence in the past decade, beginning with his appearance as the fearsome Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones to Aquaman in DCEU. However, the actor’s latter role stands out in contrast to his other performances mostly due to the massive popularity of the CBM franchise.


Even as Warner Bros. now undergoes a surgically precise reconstruction, the new DC universe now looks forward to hosting the oceanic superhero once more as the Prince of Atlantis in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. But above all, the sensation that has occupied every man’s thoughts and dreams is the return of Henry Cavill as DC’s Man of Steel.

Jason Momoa and Henry Cavill
Jason Momoa and Henry Cavill

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Jason Momoa Celebrates Working Beside Henry Cavill in DCU

While out promoting Slumberland, Jason Momoa was asked the very obvious question that everyone is desperately obsessing over, i.e. Henry Cavill officially reprising his role as DC universe’s Kryptonian superhero, as indicated via the Black Adam post-credit scene. With the world turning on its head over the piece of information, the next plan of action for DCU is to chart out a clear path for Cavill and his entourage to return on screen as soon as possible. For now, however, the See actor is just happy to have the man at the helm back where he should be.

“I love Henry to bits, man. I’m stoked, he’s the perfect Superman. He should be that forever. I’m excited to see what comes. We’ve got Gunn and Safran at the helm — love them, trust them. I have no idea what’s gonna happen but you know, I’m in.”

Jason Momoa as Aquaman
Jason Momoa as Aquaman in DC

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Jason Momoa has already had the experience of starring alongside Henry Cavill’s Superman in DCEU’s SnyderVerse films — Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League. With two major projects under their belts, the potential possibility of witnessing the superheroes teaming up once again on screen is a vision shared by many. With Cavill’s recent return, the only question now is how long it will take DC to realize the dream into something more substantial on the big screen.


Jason Momoa and His Infamous Henry Cavill Dreams

In Jake’s Takes, Jake Hamilton asks Jason Momoa about his work dreams and if he ever conjures up the roles he played in Aquaman, Dune, or Game of Thrones. Later in the interview, when asked if the return of Henry Cavill and the possibility of working together once more was actually the dream project that he infamously announced on social media a few days ago, Momoa claims,

“Well, I’ve already worked with Henry, so that would be weird to have two dreams of Henry. I’ve worked with Superman twice so it would be kind of creepy. I have this other dream that I want to work with Henry again!”

Jason Momoa and Henry Cavill at the London Suicide Squad premiere
Jason Momoa excited to work beside Henry Cavill in the new DCU

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Even though Justice League 2 is a distant event, the possibility hasn’t entirely been refuted yet. On the contrary, DC is already orienting its focus on mapping out the next plan of action, beginning with Man of Steel 2. The new DCU management — James Gunn and Peter Safran are only just settling into their posts at Warner Bros. Discovery as the co-heads of DC Studios. Even as they work out the long-term plan for the next decade of DCU’s interconnected narrative, it would be fulfilling to witness the steady build-up of Henry Cavill and Jason Momoa along with the rest of the original Justice League cast after the indefinite limbo that DCEU had been facing for the past 5 years.


For the time being, each actor has his solo superhero project to look forward to — Henry Cavill and his Man of Steel sequel which will reportedly be a reboot rather than a follow-up to the DCEU films, and Jason Momoa’s Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom which will premiere on 25 December 2023.

Source: Jake’s Takes

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Written by Diya Majumdar

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With a degree in Literature from Miranda House, Diya Majumdar now has over 1600 published articles on FandomWire. Her passion and profession both include dissecting the world of cinema while being a liberally opinionated person with an overbearing love for music, Monet, and Van Gogh.