Actor Jason Momoa says playing DC superhero Aquaman is the "biggest honour" for him.
The 38-year-old actor said portraying the character on big screen was a ''dream job'' for him.
"I mean, that was the biggest honour, like when Zack (Snyder) told me - there's just so many brown-skinned kids that are going to grow up and go, like, 'Yeah, all of our gods are water gods.'
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"It is an absolute honour. Some people accept that he's not white. I think it's cool. It's an honour for me to be that person standing up. Dream job, you know what I mean?'' Momoa said.
The "Game of Thrones" star has previously appeared as Aquaman in 2017's "Justice League". "Aquaman" stand-alone will hit the theatres in December this year.