Jason Momoa celebrated Father's Day with a short film about achieving his dreams of building a Harley-Davidson motorcycle with his children: Lola, 11, and Nakoa-Wolf, 10. The eight-minute clip, titled Where the Wild Stomped In, features the 39-year-old actor enlisting his kids — whom he shares with wife Lisa Bonet — and close community friends to help him construct the bike, which he now calls his "family heirloom."
"It's just really my story. It's something that's very dear for me. And just being able to do that with my children . . . I never really grew up with that," he says in the video. "I was from a single mother who taught me many, many, many things but I didn't grow up with a father-figure who I was wrenching on cars with." He goes on to share that "the biggest thing I'm trying to do for my children is just let them have their imagination, their creativity and to let that flourish."
Jason Momoa first released an Instagram teaser for the film on June 14. Accompanying the post is a heartfelt caption from the Aquaman star. "FINALLY HOME with my OHANA here's a trailer to our new short film WHERE THE WILD STOMPED IN," he wrote. "It's been my dream for 3 decades to create this. Excited to finally show you on FATHERS day mahalo to all my friends and ohana who made this film possible." He also gave Lisa a special shout-out by thanking "my amazing WIFE for making me a father and inspiring me and my babies LOLA and WOLF."