Jason Momoa looks cozy in a cardigan at the Variety Sundance Studio to talk about his documentary

Jason Momoa looked comfy and hot in the Variety Sundance Studio on Friday.

The 43-year-old Game of Thrones alum was joined by the director of his new documentary Deep Rising, Matthieu Rytz, and United Nations scientist Dr. Sandor Mulsow, for the interview.

He sat comfortably in his thick white cardigan as he discussed the documentary about the controversial proposal to mine the ocean floor, in which he served as narrator and executive producer.

Extra cozy: Jason Momoa donned a chunky white cardigan while at the Variety Sundance Studio on Friday

Extra cozy: Jason Momoa donned a chunky white cardigan while at the Variety Sundance Studio on Friday

For the rest of his cozy ensemble, the actor wore a mint green button-up over a white shirt, ripped beige cargo pants and snow boots.

The famous superhero also wore transitional sunglasses and several rings. He held a purple water bottle and a brown film camera in his hand.

His luscious locks were pulled back in a tight bun, revealing the shaved sides of his head.

Casual: The 43-year-old Aquaman star also wore transitional sunglasses and several rings.  He held a purple water bottle and a brown film camera in his hand

Casual: The 43-year-old Aquaman star also wore transitional sunglasses and several rings. He held a purple water bottle and a brown film camera in his hand

Lounging: The star wore a mint green button-up over a white shirt, ripped beige cargo pants and snow boots

Lounging: The star wore a mint green button-up over a white shirt, ripped beige cargo pants and snow boots

Day out: The actor was joined by the director of his new documentary Deep Rising, Matthieu Rytz, and United Nations scientist Dr.  Sandor Mulsow, for the interview

Day out: The actor was joined by the director of his new documentary Deep Rising, Matthieu Rytz, and United Nations scientist Dr. Sandor Mulsow, for the interview

At Sundance, Jason, Matthieu and Dr. Muslow the first look at their new documentary, which focuses on the fate of an ecosystem critical to marine life and even humans.

The tag for the film, from Sundance, is: ‘…[T]his up-to-the-minute story of geopolitical, scientific and business intrigue… exposes the machinations of a secret organization authorized to green-light massive extraction of deep-sea metals deemed essential to the revolution of electric batteries.

“Deep Rising, narrated by Jason Momoa, illuminates the vital relationship between the deep ocean and sustaining life on Earth.”

Protecting the Ocean: The trio discussed the documentary, which focuses on the controversial proposal to mine the ocean floor, on which Jason served as narrator and executive producer

Protecting the Ocean: The trio discussed the documentary, which focuses on the controversial proposal to mine the ocean floor, on which Jason served as narrator and executive producer

Shedding light: 'The documentary also follows mining startup The Metals Company, as it seeks funding, public favor and permission from the International Seabed Authority to mine broad swathes of the Pacific Ocean floor'

Shedding light: ‘The documentary also follows mining startup The Metals Company, as it seeks funding, public favor and permission from the International Seabed Authority to mine broad swathes of the Pacific Ocean floor’

It continued, “The documentary also follows mining startup The Metals Company as it seeks funding, public favor and permission from the International Seabed Authority to mine wide swathes of the Pacific Ocean floor.”

While in the studio, Jason also discussed his possible future with DC Studios and Warner Bros. after meeting James Gunn and Peter Safran, the new studio heads.

“It’s very, very wonderful. I’m at the Warner Bros. house. and they like a lot of the things I do. Lots of good things coming.”

Smiling happily: Momoa posed for photos with Sandor Mulsow and director Matthieu Rytz

Smiling happily: Momoa posed for photos with Sandor Mulsow and director Matthieu Rytz

Crazy: Mulsow and Rytz lifted the Aquaman star into the air as the actor wrapped his arms around them

Crazy: Mulsow and Rytz lifted the Aquaman star into the air as the actor wrapped his arms around them

Sweet hug: Momoa gave former First Lady of Palau Debbie M. Remengesau, who wore a long purple dress, a big hug

Sweet hug: Momoa gave former First Lady of Palau Debbie M. Remengesau, who wore a long purple dress, a big hug

Good cheer: Momoa and Rytz also hugged on the red carpet

Good cheer: Momoa and Rytz also hugged on the red carpet

Jason first starred as Aquaman in 2018, which went well over budget, earning around $1.14 billion at the box office.

The sequel, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, will be released on Christmas Day 2023; However, due to the changes announced by James Gunn and Peter Safran at the studio, it became unclear if Jason would be returning to DC.

It was recently announced that Henry Cavill, who played Superman in several DC movies, would not be returning to the franchise, despite his announcement that he would be returning just a few weeks beforehand.

The Dune actor went on to talk about the comparisons between the work he does for the planet and what themes will appear in the new Aquaman movie.

Star Power: Jason also discussed his possible future with the DC Studios and Warner Bros.  after meeting James Gunn and Peter Safran, the new studio heads

Star Power: Jason also discussed his possible future with the DC Studios and Warner Bros. after meeting James Gunn and Peter Safran, the new studio heads

Big Muscles, Big Returns: He first starred as Aquaman in 2018, which went well over budget and earned about $1.14 billion at the box office

Big Muscles, Big Returns: He first starred as Aquaman in 2018, which went well over budget and earned about $1.14 billion at the box office

‘The beautiful [about Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom] is that me and my partner wrote the first treatment for it, and it was about a 55 page treatment, and a lot of it has to do with my conversations with the UN about what is happening with the melting ice caps.”

He continued, “No distant galaxy is coming to destroy us or aliens from another place. We are ruining our planet. We have to get it together and save our house.

“I will always be Aquaman. Isn’t there anyone who comes in there and takes s**t. There may also be other characters. I can also play other things. I can be funny and fierce and charming.”

Non-stop: 'I will always be Aquaman.  Isn't there anyone who comes in there and takes s**t.  There may also be other characters.  I can also play other things';  Pictured in a still with Amber Heard

Non-stop: ‘I will always be Aquaman. Isn’t there anyone who comes in there and takes s**t. There may also be other characters. I can also play other things’; Pictured in a still with Amber Heard

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