Now, there are a whole lot of reasons to want to hang out with #JasonMomoa — he is, after all, both Khal Drogo and #DC's cinematic #Aquaman, and a legitimately cool seeming dude outside of the movies — but taking him on in hand-to-hand combat is unlikely to be one of them if you aren't Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson or a heavyweight boxing champ of some sort. After all, it's not all that uncommon for people to use the phrase "legitimate badass" to describe Momoa, which is precisely the opposite of what you want any physical opponent to be described as.
As such, it's perhaps not all that surprising to note that...
'Aquaman's Patrick Wilson Seems Concerned About Taking On Jason Momoa
#PatrickWilson, after all, is set to play Momoa's half-brother #Orm in the #DCEU-set film — a character better known to many as the villainous Ocean Master. Which, of course, means that there's every chance that the film will feature at least one scene of the two duking it out — and Wilson winding up on the receiving end of a Momoa-related pummeling or two.
To which, it seems, Wilson has responded by...getting in really good shape?
That, at least, is what a recent post by Wilson's sister-in-law, Marika Dominczyk, would seem to suggest, not least because Wilson himself retweeted it with the following caption:
Now, of course, this newfound rush of battle readiness could well be a sign of concern, of hubris, or of common sense — heck, it could even simply be contractual obligation, but whatever the cause, it's good to see that Orm will be bringing "it" when Aquaman hits the screen in 2018. Now, if we could just work out what the hell "it" is.
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In the meantime, though, what do you think? Will Patrick Wilson be ready to take on Jason Momoa when the times comes? Let us know below!