Jason Momoa shut down a question from New York Times’ David Marchese, calling it “icky” and admitting it left a “bad feeling” in his stomach.
“I don’t know how much you followed any of this, but ‘Game of Thrones’ inspired a lot of discussion about its depiction of scenes of sexual assault and its treatment of women generally,” Marchese asked, partially referencing scenes between Momoa’s character Khal Drogo and his once-reluctant wife Daenerys Targaryen, portrayed by Emilia Clarke.
“Do you think differently today about those scenes? Would you do one now? Do you have any regrets? Those types of scenes can seem as if they belong to an older cultural moment.”
Momoa first said that it was important for him