Jason Momoa was spotted at a Metallica concert alongside John Travolta
Los Angeles, August 27: Actor Jason Momoa, along with John Travolta, was seen entering the Metallica auditorium and butting heads with the rest of the fans.
The 44-year-old Aquaman actor was spotted at the Metallica concert. Attending the party at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, Jason was spotted at the venue with Travolta attending the party.
Mirror.co.uk reports that heavy metal icons Pantera were among the two opening acts for Metallica, with one of the band members sharing some behind-the-scenes footage.
However, John Travolta was also seen having a blast with the “Face Off” actor as he also walked into the room and swung with Metallica while meeting up with drummer Pantera.
Pantera’s new drummer, Charlie Benanti, took to social media to share some footage that revealed the “Aquaman” actor rocking hard at the Metallica Ballroom.
Benante captioned the post: “@metallica @panteraofficial at @sofistadium last night was a blast! Never in my wildest dreams did I think I’d be playing there? But it just got better. Talking to @johntravolta about folding two slices” It was eating pizza together while walking And eating is funny. If you’ve seen the opening of #saturdaynightfever you’ll understand that.”
In an early interview, while preparing for his roles to play Conan the Barbarian and Aquaman, the actor said that heavy metal music was his inspiration for changing his characters, especially for “Aquaman” who was one of the most campy characters in DC. .
That’s why he said that songs from Metallica, Pantera, Anthrax, Slayer, Tool, Testament, Exodus among others shaped his image and acting as Arthur Curry.
Jason Momma is a heavy metal fan who has never been shy about talking about his passion for heavy metal, frequently attending gigs for bands as diverse as Slayer, Metallica, Tool, Five Finger Death Punch, Pantera, and even more obscure groups like Beyond Creation.
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