Actor Jason Momoa is currently promoting the release of his new Netflix movie Slumberland, which comes out on the streaming platform on Nov. 18.
It looks like he had a ton of fun making this movie, and not just because the story is full of adventure and laughs. Throughout production, Momoa's 15-year-old daughter, Lola Momoa, was on set, hanging out and teaching her father how to do a well-known TikTok dance.
Posting a bunch of behind-the-scenes photos and videos from the shoot on Instagram, Momoa shared his progress mastering the popular TikTok dance set to Dua Lipa's "Don't Start Now."
Teaming up with Momoa's young costar, Marlow Barkley, Lola schooled the actor on the moves, with both girls singing along as they practice.
In one video, with a green screen behind them during a momentary break in filming, Momoa and Barkley swing their arms and dance while Lola does the same outside of the main area of filming. The two actors even have wires still connected to them for whatever stunt they were shooting that day.
In the next clip, the trio has moved onto some kick moves from the dance, and they move in perfect unison, looking completely ready to film the TikTok.
It looks like Momoa's other child, 13-year-old son Nakoa-Wolf Momoa, who he affectionately calls "Wolfie," holds up a phone playing "Don't Start Now" so that they can all hear.
The 43-year-old captioned the Instagram post, "i love this movie. SLUMBERLAND. nov18 @netflix. my baby girl and @marlowbarkley teaching us a @dualipa dance love u @ryantarran @francishlawrence @mztsummerville the cast and crew. my beautiful team always. and love to toronto aloha j. ps the rest is my trying to hide from marlow so i had enough energy to make this crazy movie. getting old."
As expected, people loved seeing the silly side of Momoa, with actress Juliette Lewis commenting, "More dances. This is awesome."
One fan complimented his skills, writing, "Ok sir. Light on your feet 👣 💃🏼🕺💃🏼💕."