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Exclusive: Extended Look At Jason Momoa's 'Road To Paloma'

The Playlist By Edward Davis | The Playlist June 30, 2014 at 11:00AM

With roles in HBO's hit "Game Of Thrones," Sundance Channel's acclaimed "The Red Road," having been chosen to play "Conan The Barbarian," and an upcoming expected part in the highly anticipated "Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice," there have been no shortage of opportunities for Jason Momoa. But the actor clearly has aspirations to tell his own stories, and experience moviemaking from behind the camera as well. He does just that with "Road To Paloma," co-writing, directing and starring in the film. And today, we have an extensive look at the moody picture he's put together.
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Road To Paloma

With roles in HBO's hit "Game Of Thrones," Sundance Channel's acclaimed "The Red Road," having been chosen to play "Conan The Barbarian," and an upcoming expected part in the highly anticipated "Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice," there have been no shortage of opportunities for Jason Momoa. But the actor clearly has aspirations to tell his own stories, and experience moviemaking from behind the camera as well. He does just that with "Road To Paloma," co-writing, directing and starring in the film. And today, we have an extensive look at the moody picture he's put together.

Co-starring Lisa Bonet, Sarah Shahi, Wes Studi and many more, the movie tells the story of Wolf, a Native American man who goes on the run after killing the man who murdered his mother. It'll be a journey of redemption and justice, with this lengthy clip from "Road To Paloma" highlighting the tenor the tale is presented in by Momoa, along with a quick trailer providing an overview of the feature-length film.

"Road To Paloma" opens in limited release on July 11th, and hits VOD and home video on July 15th.

This article is related to: Road To Paloma, Film Trailers, Jason Momoa


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