Jason Momoa says one of his films was “turned into one big turd”.

Jason Momoa has lamented how one of his films was, in his words, “turned into a big pile of shit.”

The actor to be seen next in Aquaman and the lost kingdom alongside Amber Heard, said in a new interview that his 2011 Sword and Sorcery film Conan the Barbarian was ruined for him.

“I’ve been involved in a lot of things that really sucked and movies that it’s out of your hands,” Momoa said GQ.

“Conan was one of them. It’s one of the best experiences I’ve had and it’s been taken over and turned into a big turd.”

Directed by Marcus Nispel, the film was based on the books by Robert E. Howard and followed Momoas Conan, a Cimmerian warrior who sets out to exact revenge on the warlord who attacked his village and killed his father.

Momoa didn’t elaborate on why he didn’t like the final product, but the film has an unenviable 25 percent approval rating on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes.

Film critic Roger Ebert described it at the time as a “brutal, crude, mindless, high-tech CGI fiction,” while the evening standardWriter Derek Malcolm said, “It’s like an expensive B-movie that makes a lot of noise but means absolutely nothing.”

Jason Momoa in “Conan the Barbarian”


Elsewhere in GQ In an interview, Momoa said he hopes cinema will move away from always “having a white guy to save the day” and towards telling stories from multiple perspectives.

His new movie the last manhunt for example, he reimagines the western story of outlaw Willie Boy from an indigenous perspective, with a largely Native American cast.

Last month, Momoa was involved in a “head-on collision with a motorcyclist” near Calabasas, Los Angeles. He was not injured in the incident, while the motorcyclist suffered “minor non-life-threatening injuries.”

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/jason-momoa-aquaman-b2142096.html Jason Momoa says one of his films was “turned into one big turd”.


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