Jason Momoa is in Budapest again
Posted by Mia Balogh · Aug 28, 2020

He is here for some additional shooting for the upcoming movie Dune, so chances of bumping into him in the city are quite good now.

If Jason Momoa is on top of your list of all the film stars you would love to have a selfie with, well, some good news for you: the Hollywood hunk returned to Budapest recently.

As far as we know from the Hungarian media, his plane landed a couple of days ago, and yes, a lucky girl already managed to take a selfie with him:


Probably she won’t be the only one because we think that in a beautiful city like Budapest, it’s impossible to resist the temptation of leaving your hotel room and doing something in the city – whether you are a celebrity or not. Do you agree? ;)

Jason Momoa is back in town for some additional shooting for the upcoming movie Dune, the monumental sci-fi movie by Denis Villeneuve. According to Bors.hu, the shooting will last until 25 August so the actor will probably stay here until then.

Other stars of the movie like Timothée Chalamet, Oscar Isaac, Rebecca Ferguson, and Zendaya can also be in Hungary again, as HungaryToday.hu writes.

‘Officially, the shooting ended in July 2019, but as with all large-scale movies, additional shooting is common; this doesn’t mean that there are any issues with the quality of the already existing scenes or the film’s production’ – they add.

Source: Bors.hu, HungaryToday.hu

  • again
  • in budapest
  • Jason Momoa
Nicolas Cage and other stars arrive in Budapest
Free beach may open on the Danube shore next year
Wow: the newest Danube Bridge will we amazing
Hungarian director’s award-winning movie Pieces of a Woman lands at Netflix
The most common Hungarian street names and their meanings
Summer discounts continue at Rudas and Széchenyi Baths
Wizz Air has significantly reduced the number of flights due to the second wave of coronavirus epidemic
Hungarian photographer won the most prestigious astrophoto award
Sports centre in the City Park opens
Unique fire truck open-air museum opened in Budapest