Jason Momoa brought his kids, Lola Iolani and Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha, to the No Time To Die red carpet event at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England. The celebrity father took to his Instagram page after the event on Tuesday (Sept. 28) to celebrate.
“Well, that happened,” Jason told his social media fans. “Amazing movie,” the actor declared. “Truly grateful for the invite Mr. Bond so many magical moments. my children and I had the greatest time. Mahalo to everyone who made this happen and make (sic) me the coolest papa ever.”
No Time To Die is the latest installment in the James Bond/007 franchise. The film is especially significant as it is actor Daniel Craig’s final portrayal of James Bond. Many have wondered who will replace the veteran actor who changed the franchise for the better. Craig recently reflected on his time as “James Bond.”
“People used to say, ‘Oh you must have always wanted to be James Bond,'” Craig shared. “I went, ‘Well, yeah, as a kid I kind of thought about it.’ I wanted to be Spiderman as well, but I just thought it was never going to happen.”
Craig went on to reminisce about his time as the celebrated character. “I just realized I’ve been working with these people, some of them for nearly thirty years ’cause there’s a lot of people I just worked with in the film industry,” the celebrity said. “It’s just always about the team and you know,” Craig added. “Barbara makes an atmosphere on set where we’re a family.”
The latest installment of 007 starts off with a retired Bond. The celebrated investigator’s time away from the field is short-lived, however, as Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) petitions Bond for help. The trail to find a villain who is using dangerous new technology is filled with twists and turns that only James Bond can navigate.
Fans can catch No Time To Die – starring Daniel Craig, Ana de Armas, Lashana Lynch, and more – in theaters on Friday, October 8, 2021.
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