Not content with being Aquaman, Jason Momoa has been cast as the lead in See, a new drama series from Apple.
The series was written by Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight and has The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Mockingjay Parts 1 & 2 director Francis Lawrence at the helm.
Deadline reports that See will be “an epic, world-building drama set in the future” and will consist of ten episodes.
It takes place in a time when the human race has lost their sense of sight. As a result, society has had to find new ways to interact with each other and generally survive without being able to see (now the name makes sense).
But all of that will be challenged when a set of twins with sight are born.
Momoa will play Baba Voss in the upcoming series, who’s described as “a fearless warrior, leader and guardian” though we don’t know too much more about his role just yet.
In May, Momoa sadly announced that another project, The Crow reboot, had fallen through just weeks before production was set to commence.
On Instagram, the actor said he had waited eight years to play the role and now “unfortunately I may have to wait eight more.”
But in happier Mamoa news, we don’t have much longer to wait until we get our first official Aquaman trailer.
The trailer will make its debut at San Diego Comic-Con which takes place between July 19 and July 22.
Aquaman will be released in cinemas on December 14.
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