Jason Momoa may have a surprising companion at the Slumberland premiere, after adopting a pet pig.
The Aquaman actor, 43, completed production on his latest Netflix project recently, and unveiled his new pal after the flick.
In a new series of videos, he could be seen showing off the adorable pig, making us all supremely jealous in the process.
‘My new friend LAU LAU. or MANAPUA,’ he captioned an upload. ‘We haven’t decided yet.
‘This is why I can’t work with animals I want to bring them home. wild and feral like his pops. Aloha J.’
‘You want to come to the Slumberland premiere?’ he asked his new pal in one video. ‘We can paint your nails pink and put a little top hat on you.’
‘I think that’d be a little over the top since you just got him,’ Jason was warned by his mom, who was heard behind the camera.
Without missing a beat, and still cuddling his new addition, the Game of Thrones star added: ‘Well, mom, I’m kind of over the top.’
Well, he’s not wrong…
Slumberland is set to drop on Netflix this month, so we’ll hopefully get a proper look at Jason and Lau Lau in action.
In the flick, he plays Flip, a loveable, eccentric outlaw who takes Nemo (Marlow Barkley) – and her beloved pig – under his wing when she loses her dad at sea.
The official synopsis reads: ‘Slumberland takes audiences to a magical new place, a dreamworld where precocious Nemo (Marlow Barkley) and her eccentric companion Flip (Jason Momoa) embark on the adventure of a lifetime.
‘After her father Peter (Kyle Chandler) is unexpectedly lost at sea, young Nemo’s idyllic Pacific Northwest existence is completely upended when she is sent to live in the city with her well-meaning but deeply awkward uncle Phillip (Chris O’Dowd).
‘Her new school and new routine are challenging by day but at night, a secret map to the fantastical world of Slumberland connects Nemo to Flip, a rough-around-the-edges but lovable outlaw who quickly becomes her partner and guide.
‘She and Flip soon find themselves on an incredible journey traversing dreams and fleeing nightmares, where Nemo begins to hope that she will be reunited with her father once again.’
Something tells us we might need a tissue or two…
Slumberland is released in select cinemas on November 11, before arriving on Netflix shortly after.