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Momoa Talks Aquaman Role in "Batman v Superman"

In a short interview with USA Today, Jason Momoa -- who will play Aquaman in Warner Bros.' expanded DC Cinematic Universe -- spoke about his upcoming role, what he knows of his part in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and how it will impact his children.

"I'm in for the long haul," Momoa explained. "It's an honor. Zack [Snyder] had me at hello, literally when he told me what he wanted to do with the character and what he wanted to do with the world. There's no script written yet for certain things, but I listen to his ideas; I trust him."

"I'm known for playing rough characters and they're not really allowed to see those things, so it's going to be exciting for my kids to see poppa play with Batman and Wonder Woman and Superman and so on," he continued. "It's really cool that my kids can do that."

"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is scheduled to debut on March 25, 2016.

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