Jason Momoa And James Corden Have A Naked BBQ, Laugh Hysterically Over Tortilla Slap Challenge

What’s more, James Corden are engrossing the keep going extensive stretches of summer. The Aquaman star appeared on The Late Show on Wednesday night through a video spoof, in which he and Corden brilliantly partake in a montage of summer prosaisms as they find a good pace with lost time together.

“Sorry we haven’t had the choice to hang out this mid year,” Momoa tells Corden, to which he replies: “I know! It’s been a certifiable bummer. Regularly we spend the whole summer together. Truly dreadful we didn’t get to have the old Momoa-Corden Hot Boy Summer 2022.”

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The two then, at that point, channel their interior Thelma and Louise for an ocean front trip, ride a couple bike, taste tropical refreshments, go fishing and proposition two or three legendary twinning minutes – – recollecting grilling up wieners for the exposed.

Momoa and Corden parade their dance capacities with the macarena for a joke TikTok, yet what’s more partaken in a veritable viral test.

In an alternate fasten shared just to electronic diversion, the couple appeared to be wearing skin-tight, tissue concealed shorts for the shoot (which “look at if you tune in tonight,” the caption ensured) and took on the diverting Tortilla Slap Challenge.

Corden breaks first as Momoa wins the stone, paper, scissors deadlock, nailing Corden square on the cheek with a tortilla. The TV have speedily lets out his water, while Momoa rapidly impacts into laughing and goes with a similar example. “If it’s not too much trouble, acknowledge my expressions of remorse! If it’s not too much trouble, acknowledge my expressions of remorse!” he smothers out through chuckling.

Momoa has been busy with supporting the third season of his Apple TV+ series, See.

Chatting with ET at the Hollywood presentation last week, the star rambled over the significant opportunity to curiously play a d

ad in a series.

“In other words, obviously I’m a father, and family man,” Momoa – – who shares 15-year-old Lola and 13-year-old Nakoa-Wolf with ex, Lisa Bonet – – began. “I didn’t get the opportunity to play a dad in a series previously… I love having a full curve. It’s not just killed off in the essential season, or it doesn’t end true to form.”

“Charming it’s three seasons, and it’s dealt with the last part, where you get to go through all that and see what happens, and it was normal like that,” he added.

He similarly shut down any assumptions for a resurgence for his dear Game of Thrones work following HBO’s House of the Dragon prequel accomplishment.

“I’m too old now,” he joked. “They should select someone else now!”