Watch Jason Momoa’s Daughter Lola Teach Him a Dance Routine on ‘Slumberland’ Set

Jason Momoa has another dance instructor: 15-year-old little girl Lola Iolani. The Aquaman star, 43, broke out into dance continues on the arrangement of his new film Slumberland, alongside his young costar Marlow Barkley, in an in the background video he shared Friday to Instagram.

In the main video, Momoa learns the viral dance to Dua Lipa’s “Don’t Begin Currently” in that frame of mind as his personality Flip, wearing a purple coat and horns, close to Barkley, dressed as her personality Nema on the rear of a blue waste vehicle, connected with wires.

Lola mentors the team on the most proficient method to do the dance, wearing a green coat and dim jeans with a face screen, while remaining behind the camera.

She can be heard singing the melody with Barkley in the video as they practice the moves.

Another video shows the end result, with the threesome moving outside to the finished tune as Momoa’s 13-year-old child Nakoa-Wolf remains out of the way, holding the telephone playing the music. Momoa stayed aware of the young ladies, nailing each dance move and murmuring along to the melody.


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It seems the Round of Lofty positions alum and his young costar had a lot of dance breaks on set, as he likewise shared a photograph of himself and Barkley pausing in the middle of between two trailers. Momoa said thanks to the cast and group of the film in the subtitle, as well as the young ladies for showing him how to move.

He finished up with a carefree punch at his age: “P.S. The rest is my attempting to stow away from Marlow so I had sufficient energy to make this insane film. Going downhill.”

In one photograph, Momoa plunks down against a wall with a towel folded over his head, seeming worse for wear. In another, he sets down on a parlor seat with his canine.

Momoa told Individuals in August that it made a big difference to play Flip in the Netflix film, which depends on the 1900’s funny cartoon Little Nemo in Slumberland.

“I must tell you, to assume in this part truly opened a great deal of things for me,” Momoa said.

“I really got to watch it with my youngsters yesterday and with Marlow and her loved ones. It’s bizarre when you destroy watching your own stuff.”

Momoa added: “It blew me away, and I just was so personal. This job just let me truly be free, and the person is so fun.” Slumberland debuts Nov. 18 on Netflix.