Jason Moma has been hailed the perfect gentleman after holding co-star’s Hera Hilmar’s clutch bag while they posed on the Red Carpet.
The actors – who play husband and wife on screen – were at the premiere of the final season of See.
On Tuesday night, (August 24) he carried Hera’s bag on the LA Red Carpet at the DGA Theater Complex.
The 33-year-old actress wore a backless black mini dress with feathered detailing – but all eyes were on Aquaman star Jason who held Hera’s small pink clutch bag.
Jason Momoa helps out Hera Hilmar by holding her clutch bag
The 43-year-old didn’t mind lending a helping hand, and it certainly didn’t clash with his black suit and t-shirt either.
He also let his hair hang down by his shoulders, a style he often chooses to wear on Red Carpets or events.
The show See was one of Apple TV Plus’ first shows to debut when the streaming service launched back in 2019.
Created by Steven Knight, it tells the story of the human race in a dystopian future, where people have lost their sense of sight.
The world is turned upside down when a pair of twins are born – but they are able to see.
Baba Voss (Momoa) is a fearless warrior from the Alkenny Tribe who adopts the twins when he marries Maghra (Hilmar). The third and final season of See is set a year after Baba fights his brother Edo – played by The Guardians of the Galaxy’s Dave Bautista. Within the timeline, it’s also before he leaves his family to live in the woods remotely.
But Baba returns to protect them when a scientist creates a new type of weapon.
The show will roll out episodes weekly on Fridays following the premiere on Friday, August 26.
Chief of War
It’s not the only Apple TV Plus series Momoa is starring in, either. He will appear in a new show – which he co-created with Thomas Pa’a Sibbett – called Chief of War.
The series will follow the colonization and unification of Hawaii from an indigenous perspective.
Variety reports Justin Chon has signed on to direct and executive produce the upcoming series. The outlet reports Chon will work on the first two episodes of the series, after also working on multiple episodes for Apple’s Pachinko.
Momoa will also serve as a writer and as an executive producer, alongside Sibbett.
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