Game of Thrones actor Jason Momoa (Khal Drogo) and Guardians of the Galaxy celebrity Dave Bautista (Drax the Destroyer) will share the big screen together this Christmas in director Denis Villeneuve’s Dune film. In any case, that is not all! As per Deadline, the two will likewise share the small screen in the second season of See, Apple TV+’s post-apocalyptic series.
In case you’re new, See happens hundreds of years in humankind’s future, when a large portion of mankind has perished and the people who remain are all blind. That is until twins are brought into the world with the gift of sight!
Momoa plays their adoptive father, Baba Voss. He and their mom protect them from people who consider them to be witches and dread their sight will expedite another apocalyptic war.
So the reason is somewhat senseless, however the show gave a bold effort to make things feel grounded, and even had Momoa and his castmates train with blindness experts to figure out how to battle without sight.
Overall, individuals appeared to agree that season 1 came up short, yet Apple is continuing onward. Will bringing on somebody like Bautista pull in more watchers?
Clearly, this will be Bautista’s first significant TV series, however the entertainer has been occupied with Dune, Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead film for Netflix, and obviously further appearances in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
— Dave Bautista (@DaveBautista) January 10, 2020
Recently, Bautista tweeted out an image of himself as Drax alongside Momoa as Aquaman, driving a few outlets to assume that he was pushing a battle between them in the Dune film. However, it could have effectively been about See.