Get ready for a Jason Momoa overload as his big-budget "Aquaman" hits theaters December 21.

The Hawaiian-born actor pays the title role and credits his pal Michael Fassbender, also a regular player in the action movie genre, with helping him navigate the role.

Momoa recently chatted to Irish broadcaster RTE and revealed his gratitude for Michael’s advice.

“You know, I haven't really told anyone this. This is the first time, and I try not to do the whole weird name-drop thing, but I have a dear friend who's from Ireland, Michael Fassbender, and I got to spend some time with him, talking about [superhero roles], because he's done "X-Men" and "Jonah Hex", he's been around it enough,” Momoa said.

“He really told me to put in moments of me and find those moments that you can put you in the film so that it can shine through. He was a big influence for me and [I was] doing that a lot in "Aquaman".”

Jason is certainly no stranger to Ireland. He spent some time there when he starred in HBO’s "Game of Thrones" which was filmed in Belfast, and the 39-year-old was in Dublin in June to sip some of his favorite black stuff at the Guinness Storehouse.

In fact, Guinness seems to be his favorite tipple!

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