Jason Momoa proved he can actually throw a trident as he went up against Jimmy Fallon in a “Tonight Show” skit Thursday.
Momoa, 39, who plays “Aquaman”, absolutely nailed the trident throwing game, with him aiming right for the stomach on the board and bagging himself 10 points in the process.
Despite Fallon, 44, eventually following in his footsteps and getting himself some points, he still failed to out-do the Marvel favourite.
The segment ended with Momoa celebrating by throwing chairs around the set, before picking Fallon up off his feet in a big hug.
See more in the clip above.
Momoa’s interview also saw him speak about the time he almost injured the talk-show host as they took part in a Water War battle. The actor aggressively threw water in Fallon’s face, with him playing slow-mo clips of the moment back for added effect.
Momoa then chatted about his “Aquaman” origin story for the DC Universe, as well as gushing about being a host on “Saturday Night Live”.
The star shared of “SNL”, “It’s the dream. It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done in my life, it’s so intense. [I’ve been a] huge fan of the show my whole life.”
See Momoa talk more about “Aquaman” to ET Canada in the clip below: