Jason Momoa adopts wild pig after meeting her on the set of his new movie
Jason Momoa has a new roommate — and he looks a little different than what you’d expect.
The “Aquaman” star revealed he adopted a wild pig after meeting the animal on the set of his new Netflix project, “Slumberland.”
The self-described animal lover couldn’t help but take the pig home with him, telling fans he’s narrowed possible names down to two options: Lau Lau and Manapua — both popular Hawaiian dishes often containing pork.
“This is why I can’t work with animals. I want to bring them home. Wild and feral like his pops,” he wrote on Instagram alongside a video of him and the pig, which he ultimately called Manapua.
In the sweet video, the “Game of Thrones” actor, 43, asked Manapua if he wanted to be his plus one at the “Slumberland” premiere.
“We can paint your nails pink and put a little top hat on you,” Momoa told the pig.
Off-camera, the actor’s mom Coni Momoa could be heard chiming in, “I think that’d be a little over the top since you just got him.”
“Well, mom, I’m kind of over the top,” Momoa responded.