Jason Momoa & stepdaughter Zoe Kravitz are all smiles while posing together at recent event
The American actor, writer, director, producer, and model may play the tough guy in many of his film and television roles, but in reality he is a family man who adores his wife and children.
Jason Momoa, who is the star of the much anticpated Aquaman movie set for release in December, is a real-life superhero to his wife, children, and stepchildren. When he's not on set, he's spending time with the special people in his life.
Momoa recently appeared at Entertainment Weekly's Comic-Con Bash, and took his 29-year-old stepdaughter Zoe Kravitz with him.
While there, the pair were snapped in front of the banner, and Momoa shared the snap to his Instagram account.
"I [expletive] love u big time @zoeisabellakravitz so proud of you@fantasticbeastsmovie and my lil brother EZRA you tickle my soul. LoveU #loveamaninpink #dammitbarry Aloha pbear." he wrote on the caption.
While Momoa wore a brown t-shirt and a pair of mustard trousers, Kravitz had on a short white crop top, and a pair of yellow and brown patterned trousers. Both had their long hair hanging loose, and Kravitz linked her arm in her stepdad's.
Momoa married Kravitz's mother, Lisa Bonet, in 2017.
The couple have been together for a number of years prior to tying the knot, and are parents to 11-year-old Lola Iolani Momoa and 9-year-old Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha Momoa.
The love story that Momoa and Bonet share started back in 2005 when the couple first met. Despite a 12-year age gap - Bonet is 50 while Momoa is just 38 - they have made their relationship work for over a decade.
The age gap notwithstanding, they also had another "obstacle" of sorts in Bonet's daughter from her first marriage to Lenny Kravitz. But Momoa seems to love Zoe just as much as he does his biological children.
The couple have kept their relationship mostly under the radar, so much so that fans believed they had secretly tied the knot back in 2007 already. They only actually said their "I do's" in October 2017.