Jason Momoa and Henry Cavill are both superheroes in the upcoming DC Comics movie Justice League, and it's clear that their time on set has helped blossom one epic bromance. The stars were out Wednesday night for the London premiere of Suicide Squad, and Momoa was more than happy to find his friend on the pink carpet.
Momoa, who will take on the role of Aquaman in the new film, snuck up behind Cavill (aka Superman) while he posed for photos and approached the handsome actor like a predator to its prey.
Cavill, for his part, didn’t flinch despite the massive hands embracing him, ensuring that the photographers got an incredible shot.
Finally, Clark Kent turned around to address his attacker, who couldn’t look happier to see him.
The co-stars shared a warm embrace in front of the cameras, proving that even rival superheroes can make a long-distance bromance work.
Momoa took to Instagram to share one of the adorable photos. “Everyone loves supes @henrycavill partner in crime Looking sharp brother,” he wrote.
Looking sharp, indeed.