There are blessed few things in this world that are a simple snack for the mind, body, and soul. And Jason Momoa shaking his money maker to RuPaul’s “Freaky Money” in a half-baked Saturday Night Live sketch called An Extra Christmas Carol is one of them. From Jason’s Land Of Make Believe accent, to his hopeless attempt at making every grain of sugar in his tank shine, to the self-consciously delivered body rolls, we stan a goofy queen. Jason’s “extra ghost”, juxtaposed against a very convincing set, professional costumes and an expertly delivered straight-man performance by Mikey Day, goes down like two buttery, spicy, ginger snaps to the left.
Here’s the skit with a big assist by Kate McKinnon as Tiny Tim who “gets it”.
I want to bury my face in that tumtum something awful. What crimes against humanity do I have to commit in order to be visited by Jason in a shiny lame cape and tear-away pants, being all extra just for me? I would seriously like to know if I just have to be dick to a little kid and grump about Christmas, or if I have to go full genocidal maniac? Okay, maybe I wouldn’t go quite that far, but my morals are flexible when it comes to Jason Momoa.
Jason Momoa is what you might call a very hot person, and sometimes very hot people get used to being the center of attention. So what happens when a very hot person doesn’t get the attention they’re accustomed to? They pull some Marvel/DC cross-over shenanigans in which Aquaman channels his inner Hulk.
The first red carpet premiere of Aquaman happened yesterday in London. The first reviews of Aquaman have actually been pretty good, which is nice for DC Films and Warner Bros., because anything that helps people forget about the turd titled Justice League is no doubt much appreciated. Sadly that’s where the good reviews end, and the shady ones begin. And I’m of course talking about the couture swim cap Amber Heard wore to the premiere yesterday.
“Permission to come aboard?” YOU DAMN SKIPPY, JASON MOMOA. This movie is probably a piece of vibrantly covered dookie, but whew, DC Comics’ Aquaman is fine. Here’s the trailer for his new flick which will doggy paddle into trailers this December. Just in time for Christmas – an underwater fap fantasy! Continue reading
DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. had high hopes in bringing together all of the cinematic versions of the DC Comics heroes for Justice League. This was their answer to Marvel’s Avengers flicks, which are two of the highest-grossing movies of all time. They even brought Avengers writer/director Joss Whedon in to finish the movie up due to original director Zach Snyder having to bow out before filming completed due to the unfortunate death of his daughter.
But alas, no one really went to see it. It only made $94 million at the box-office here in the US. It cost $300 million to make. Ouch. This probably means we’re not going to get that Matter-Eater Lad trilogy. Continue reading
For a very long time, I thought that Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet were lucky and won the marriage lottery. Lisa Bonet was lucky, because who wouldn’t want to brag that they get to curl up next to Jason Momoa ’til death did them part. And Jason Momoa was lucky because he was married to the legend that is Lisa Bonet. The only thing is, they weren’t actually married.
It was generally believed that Jason and Lisa got married back in November of 2007. I don’t know whose anniversary that is, but it’s not theirs. According to People, they got married last month in a “very intimate” ceremony. But UsWeekly’s source says that their wedding was a “big party” at their house in Topanga and a whole bunch of people came from out of town for. The guest list included Lisa’s daughter Zoe Kravitz, Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender, as well as some of Jason’s former co-stars.
Jason and Lisa have two kids together, Lola (10) and Nakoa-Wolf (8). This is Jason’s first marriage, and Lisa’s second after Lenny Kravitz. For years, Jason has referred to Lisa as his “wife” in interviews. But people do that all the time, so it’s not like he was telling the lie of all lies. But still, that one shady mess of a cousin some of us have in our families better not get any ideas from this situation with Jason and Lisa. I know your first marriage was legit, Denise – you already got one waffle maker out of me, you’re not getting a second.