Catwoman is now Aquaman's stepdaughter, and no one is more excited than Jason Momoa.
The former "Game of Thrones" player went to Instagram to congratulate Zoë Kravitz for getting the coveted feline role alongside Robert Pattinson's Caped Crusader in "The Batman." Momoa has been with Kravitz's mother, Lisa Bonet, since 2005, and the couple married in 2017.
"I'm so proud of your zozo bear," the Hawaiian star captioned a sweet photo of the couple, posted Monday. “OHANA on screen and off. DC WB ohana Lola and Wolfies's older sister are CAT CAT … Unbelievable, so scary. You will have so much fun, Aloha P, bear.
Lola and Wolfie are sons of Momoa with Bonet. Kravitz's father is rocker Lenny Kravitz.
In the comment section, the "Fantastic Beasts" star returned love for her stepfather – and now a figure in the DC Universe – joking about the future adventures of off-screen superheroes during family time.
“I LOVE YOU TO FOLLOW!” She wrote. "I love that Aquaman and cat women spend their holidays together from now on."
Also happy to welcome Kravitz to the DC team was Wonder Woman herself, Gal Gadot, who sent emojis from a dancing woman and raised her hands to show her support. Even Marvel's rival star Josh Brolin – the purple enemy of the Avengers' computer graphics Thanos – came in to celebrate, contributing several rock on emojis.
On Monday, Warner Bros. confirmed that Kravitz would join Matt Reeves' franchise as Catwoman's nickname Selina Kyle. The film, directed by Reeves, co-written by Reeves and Mattson Tomlin and co-produced by Reeves and Dylan Clark, is due to begin production in the UK in January.
With "The Batman", Kravitz will continue a Catwomen lineup featuring Michelle Pfeiffer, Halle Berry and, most recently, Anne Hathaway, who played the smart and agile anti-heroine in "The Dark Knight Rises" 2012. with Pattinson, who succeeds Justice League veteran Ben Affleck in the namesake role.