'Justice League' Star Jason Momoa Gets Married In Secret Wedding

A member of the Justice League just tied the not, though the who in that scenario will surprise you.

Aquaman and Justice League star Jason Momoa married Lisa Bonet in a secret wedding, but if you asked most people the two were already married. The couple has been "married" since November of 2007, but they made it official on October 2nd (via US Weekly).

It seems even some of their friends didn't know they weren't already married. "Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet had an official wedding a few weeks ago at their house in Topanga, California," an insider revealed. "Apparently they weren't officially married until then! They said they 'made it official.'"

Momoa and Bonet share two children together, Lola (10) and Nokoa-Wolf (8), and officially got a marriage license from the Los Angeles County registrar-recorder about a week before the incognito ceremony.

Bonet's daughter Zoe Kravitz attended the nuptials, as did Alicia Vikander, Michael Fassbender, and Chris Sharma. A source said "He stays close with the people he works with on movies and is a really nice guy. It was a big party and people came from out of town to attend."

Momoa wore an unbuttoned white shirt and lei for the ceremony, and some of the wedding guests performed a traditional Maori haka for Bonet.

The ceremony was held at their home in Topanga, California.

Momoa has a lot to celebrate, as he's been one of the highlights in Justice League's early trailers. His take on Aquaman seems to be destined for a huge spike in popularity, which bodes well for his upcoming solo Aquaman film with James Wan.

Momoa warns that Justice League won't feature the Aquaman some fans are used to, at least early on.

"Really, it's a huge growth for me," Momoa said. "It's a gigantic arc for Arthur Curry. It may be tough for a lot of fans to watch what they're gonna see, how I portray him. But you gotta wait until we get to the solo movie to really know. Because he's not king yet. He doesn't believe in himself, he doesn't know what to do with the powers he has. He's going through tons of loss. He hates Atlanteans. The fact that people are calling him 'Aquaman' right now — he couldn't give two shits about anything Atlantean. So he's really not quite there yet. That's kind of tough to play. We gotta figure out the origin, where we're going. Some people will be like, 'This isn't my Aquaman.' But we're not there yet."


Fans can see Aquaman in action when Justice League hits theaters on November 17.

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