Jason Momoa had “Aquaman” fans worried,a week ago by saying that he wouldn’t probably begin shooting its sequel since he’d been run over by a bulldozer while attempting to protect the sacrosanct Mauna Kea fountain of liquid magma in his country of Hawaii.
In any case, he disclosed to CNN that he needs to make it exceptionally obvious to fans — a large number of whom thought he was not kidding — that he was joking. “I was making a joke saying, you know, Jason got ran over by a bulldozer,” he said.
“I actually didn’t get run over by a bulldozer, that’s what’s amazing about the whole thing,” he laughs. “‘Aquaman’ doesn’t start for a while, that’s why I was saying it was a joke.”