Jason Momoa has lastly hit it huge within the realm of films. Although he’d already made a reputation for himself on TV via reveals like Baywatch: Hawaii, Stargate Atlantis, Game of Thrones and Frontier, his first try at taking part in a preferred fictional character in a cinematic setting, Conan the Barbarian, didn’t go so nicely. Now, nonetheless, he’s the DC Extended Universe’s Aquaman, with the underwater-dwelling superhero’s standalone journey turning into the highest-grossing DC Comics film of all time. Now he is showing in Dune as Duncan Idaho, a talented swordsman who’s fiercely loyal to House Atreides. Idaho, whom Momoa described as “Han Solo-esuqe,” is the one character to seem in all of Frank Herbert’s six authentic Dune novels. So there’s an opportunity, as uncommon as it could be, that Momoa, might seem in numerous Dune motion pictures, assuming in fact he’s solid and if any of these sequel tales are tailored to movie.