Can Jason Momoa move from his "Game of Thrones" fame and become a movie star in 2014? The opportunity is there for him to become a star as he has developed a loyal following of fans from his role as Khal Drago in the movie. Currently he is at the Sundance Film Festival promoting his television series "The Red Road" and later in 2014 he will be seen on the big screen in the movies "Debug" and "Wolves" and will be filming the movie "Voyager". Many actors dream of getting the opportunity to make the transition from supporting actor to feature star and now Jason Momoa has the opportunity.
One of the greatest challenges for an actor is carrying a movie as the feature actor. There are very few actors who are able to move from a supporting role actor to that of a lead actor and for Jason Momoa he is going to have to prove in these upcoming movies that he can handle this role.
Jason Momoa has become such a popular actor as a result of his role on "Game of Thrones" that he is now being frequenly mentioned for the role of villain in the Batman vs. Superman movies despite his many protests that he is not part of that movie. What is interesting is that in Jason Momoa's 2014 movies it seems as if he is not taking advantage of his impressive physique and almost downplaying it in interviews and his new roles and that may be a huge mistake.
The great action actors of the current era, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson have not been shy about displaying their physiques and emphasizing the size of their bodies. If Jason Momoa wants to capitalize on the fame that he has earned through his role in the "Game of Thrones" he must continue to remember what placed him in this position and that was how he used his size and presence to dominate his scenes in the television series "Game of Thrones" and resulted in him developing an almost cult like following of fans.
The great actors and actresses always remember what it was that made them famous and they do not minimize what it is that made them famous. Jason Momoa must remember and heed that lesson now and in the future.