Jason Momoa Supports Zoë Kravtiz’s ‘The Batman’ Amid Lisa Bonet Split
Jason Momoa has nothing but love for his stepdaughter, Zoë Kravitz, showing support for her latest acting role in the highly-anticipated The Batman film.
Though Momoa and Kravitz’s mom, Lisa Bonet, announced earlier this month that they were calling it quits after nearly 17 years together, the family still has lots of love and respect for one another.
On Wednesday (January 26), Momoa, 42, reposted a poster for Zoë’s The Batman, to Instagram, writing, “So proud. can’t wait. march 4th love u zozo.”
Kravitz, 33, commented on her stepfather’s post, writing, “I love youuuuuuuuuu @prideofgypsies.”
Per ET, Momoa said in 2019 that he was “so proud” of Kravitz for landing the role of Catwoman in The Batman. “It’s perfect casting. It’s perfect. She’s gonna kill it,” the Aquaman star said at the time.
As for Momoa’s relationship with Bonet, a source previously told the publication that the former couple had been struggling in the romance department for a while. The two are also parents to 13-year-old Nakoa-Wolf and 14-year-old Lola, while Kravitz’s father is musician Lenny Kravitz.
“Jason and Lisa were struggling in their relationship for quite some time,” the source said. “When Jason was away filming Aquaman 2, their differences and issues were heightened. He was gone for a while and it definitely put additional stress on their relationship.” Despite their struggles, the source added that Bonet and Momoa “still have love for each other and respect one another.”