Jason Momoa slammed his ‘Conan the Cimmerian’ reboot for being “turned into one big s*** heap”.

The 43-year-old actor fired back after critics slammed the 2011 Marcus Nispel-directed project, which followed Arnold Schwarzenegger’s 1982 action film of the same name.

Jason, who has starred in films such as ‘Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom’ and ‘Fast X’, told Britain’s GQ magazine: “I’ve been on a lot of things that have really sucked and films who were no longer in control.

“Conan was one of them. It’s one of the best experiences I’ve had and it took over and turned into a big pile of sh***.” The flick, which was released the same year Jason made his ‘Game of Thrones’ debut as Khal Drogo, is based on the books by Robert E. Howard. The author’s writings also inspired the 1982 action film of the same name, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, which spawned a 1984 sequel.

However, Momoa didn’t elaborate on what particularly bothered him about his ‘Conan the Cimmerian’.

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