In contrast to the actors who support their children's careers as celebrities, there are those who prefer to remove them from the spotlight whenever possible.
The above is about protecting your privacy, but also, there are also celebrities who determined that their offspring do not follow their footsteps on screen.
Jason Momoa is one of those stars, and in a recent one with the Entertainment Tonight show, he revealed his most personal reasons:
"One of them wants to act, and I'm not a big fan. I don't want them to (…) I mean, if they really want to, then maybe. But I don't want them to go into acting. It's very difficult for people, and I don't want them to have that pressure. I'm tough, and I can take it, but I wouldn't want to see someone I love to go through this. "
Although Jason did not specify which of his two children is thinking of having a histrionic career, they are both at a "difficult" age, where they could even become "rebellious" before their father's determination.
Both Nakoa-Wolf Momoa (12 years old) and Lola Iolani Momoa (14 years old) are known thanks to Jason's social networks, but very soon, they could develop their own entourage of fans.
It is understandable that Momoa is reluctant at the idea of her children acting, because although there have been cases of success where both parents and children are loved in Hollywood, there are others that are very unfortunate.
Sometimes the last name is not enough, and for example, there is the recent case of Will Smith and his son Jaden. The former is one of the most sought-after figures in cinema, but his offspring have not managed to have the same boom ... even when Will puts his own hiring in the way to give a "boost" to his career.
Will went so far as to condition his contract in exchange for hiring his son for the Suicide Squad sequel, and for this, he ended up being replaced by Idris Elba.
And you, what do you think of the statements of Jason Momoa or the case of Will Smith? Let us know in the comments!