Jason Momoa's Son Looks Just Like Him At No Time To Die Premiere

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Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images
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Jason Momoa hit the red carpet for the premiere of No Time To Die on Tuesday [28 September], but everyone was paying attention to Jason's son, Nakoa-Wolf, and how similar the pair look.

Of course, you'd expect parents and children to look related, but these two have taken it to the next level as they look basically identical - meaning they join a long line of celebrities and their lookalike children.

Jason, 42, posed alongside his son, whose full name is Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha, 12, and daughter Lola Iolani, 14, at the London premiere, while Jason's wife Lisa Bonet unfortunately couldn't make the event.

The trio smiled with their arms around one another in a sweet family moment, and these three look super cute together.

Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images
Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images

As Jason and son Nakoa-Wolf stood side by side, people couldn't help but notice just how similar the pair look, with the 12-year-old and his father even having the exact same hairdo.

Yep, Jason's iconic long hair seems to have inspired Nakoa-Wolf, who appears to have grown his to exactly the same length, matching his dad's curls and hair colour too.

The pair matched outfits too, with Jason, Nakoa-Wolf and Lola all wearing black for the event.

Jason and wife Lisa started dating in 2005, welcoming Lola in 2007 and Nakoa-Wolf in 2008, before getting married in 2017.

Photo credit: Gareth Cattermole - Getty Images
Photo credit: Gareth Cattermole - Getty Images

Taking his kids along to the premiere for new James Bond film No Time To Die, Jason was in attendance despite not actually starring in the film. However, the actor, who lives in Los Angeles is reportedly currently staying in London while filming his upcoming film Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom.

The new movie is the sequel to the first 2018 Aquaman instalment, with filming beginning in London in July 2021.

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