Jason Momoa Shares Cute Videos of Daughter Lola Teaching Him to Dance on 'Slumberland' Set
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In one of the clips shared on Instagram, the actor is seen dancing next to his young co-star Marlow Barkley on the back of a blue garbage truck while his daughter is coaching the two behind the camera.

AceShowbiz - Jason Momoa gave fans a look at an adorable moment he spent with his daughter, Lola Iolani. Making use of Instagram, he shared some videos of the 15-year-old teaching him to dance on the set of "Slumberland".

The first clip showed Jason dancing next to his young co-star Marlow Barkley on the back of a blue garbage truck as he wore a purple jacket and horns. His daughter, meanwhile, coached the two behind the camera while singing to Dua Lipa's "Don't Start Now".

In another video, the trio dances outdoors to the completed song. Jason's 13-year-old son Nakoa-Wolf was also featured in the footage as he stood off to the side, holding the phone that played the music.

Jason also unleashed several behind-the-scenes pictures. He captioned the post, "i love this movie. SLUMBERLAND. nov18 @netflix. my baby girl and @marlowbarkley teaching us a @dualipa dance love u @ryantarran @francishlawrence @mztsummerville the cast and crew. my beautiful team always. and love to toronto aloha j. ps the rest is my trying to hide from marlow so i had enough energy to make this crazy movie. getting old."

Jason shares Lola and Naoka-Wolf with his ex Lisa Bonet. When speaking to PEOPLE back in August, he revealed that he likes to watch classic sitcoms, like "Friends" and "Seinfeld" with them. "So the things we've been watching are pretty funny. My daughter's massively into 'Friends'. It's a trip to watch what I probably watched when I was a kid, now that my daughter loves this show," he said.

"So, I'm totally submerged back into 'Friends', and then we moved on to the next one, and so it's Seinfeld," he further elaborated. "So, it's kind of fun that they actually like 90s pop culture [and] sitcoms."

The "Game of Thrones" alum attributed his career and kids to help him stay "young." He went on to say, "I became an actor. I can't get out of it. I'm trying to be adult as possible. But the truth of it is, I just love to play, and it's fun to be creative and use your imagination. My kids keep me young, and doing the things you love to do, just playing."

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