December 14, 2018

Terry Crews makes rare public appearance with his son who has grown very tall & looks like him

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Terry Crews attended the premiere of “Aquaman” with his son, Isaiah and they appeared to have had a blast. 

Terry Crews and his son made sure they were among the first to see the DC film, "Aquaman" attending the premiere at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood. Both were dressed in predominantly black, apart from the red shirt Isaiah wore under his black puffer vest. They posed for photos and even shook hands with the man of the hour, Jason Momoa. 

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FOOLING AROUND IN PHOTOS

In one of the snaps from the event that Crews shared on his Instagram, father and son, who look so much alike, had a wild time perfecting a jump shot. 

“ISAIAH GOT HOPS LIKE HIS POPS!” the proud father described in his caption. 

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MEETING THE STAR OF THE NIGHT

Crews also shared photos from their encounter with Momoa who was with his wife, Lisa Bonet. They shook hands with the “Game of Thrones” star and even had a laugh with him. The gaming enthusiast was clearly a fan when he wrote the following caption to accompany the photos. 

“My son Isaiah and I pay respects to a true badass actor @prideofgypsiesJason Momoa at the World premiere of @aquamanmovie!! So happy for this brother and looking forward to working with him someday soon! Also got to meet the distinguished @lisamichellebonet! Such a beautiful family!”

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A SPECIAL NIGHT FOR THE FAMILY

Momoa and Bonet were also with their children, Lola, 11, and Nakoa-Wolf, 9 at the event. The couple drew attention to their affectionate displays that night. They were spotted hugging, kissing and looking at each other adorably, celebrating a big moment for Momoa.

 

The film which opens in the US on December 21 and also stars Nicole Kidman and Amber Heard has already been getting good reviews. Rotten Tomatoes gave it a 75% rating. If all works out well on opening day, this will certainly be a good Christmas for Momoa’s family. 

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