Jason Momoa took to Instagram on Monday to show his support for stepdaughter, Zoë Kravitz, amid reports of him being back with his wife, Lisa Bonet.

The "Aquaman" star also shared two photos of himself posing with Kravitz's boyfriend, Channing Tatum, and revealed that they were on their way to attend the premiere of Kravitz's upcoming movie, "The Batman."

In the first photo, Momoa and Tatum could be seen standing in the middle of an empty parking space. Tatum wore a black hoodie with blue jeans while Momoa donned a bluish t-shirt and a black jacket. In the second photo, Tatum took his tongue out while Momoa had a huge smile on his face.

"CHEEEEHUUUUUUUU. SO EXCITED @channingtatum and I are on our way to see our ZOZO. finally @thebatman premiere," Momoa captioned the photos. "I'm so beyond proud of you @zoeisabellakravitz."

He went on to thank entrepreneur Adam Weitsman and actor David Osokow for making this happen at the last minute. He also thanked Warner Bros. Pictures for inviting him. "We are very grateful. ALOHA J and C," he concluded the post.

Fellow celebs and fans took to the comments section to share their reactions to the post.

Osokow, whom Momoa thanked in the caption, wrote in the comments section, "Happy to help safe travels Amigo!" Meanwhile, Marvel star Dave Bautista praised Momoa's jacket, noting, "That jacket though!"

"The duo i never knew I needed to see," a fan commented. Another supporter said, "Too much male hotness in one picture."

Momoa married Bonet in 2017. The couple announced their split last month, but there have been recent reports claiming that the two are giving their relationship another chance. As for Kravitz and Tatum, they began dating last year.

Fans can watch Momoa in the TV series "Peacemaker," which premiered in January. He will be next seen in the movies like "The Last Manhunt," "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom," "Slumberland," "Cliffhanger" and "Fast & Furious 10."

Kravitz, on the other hand, will be next seen in the highly anticipated movie "The Batman," which will hit theaters Friday. Whereas, Tatum will star in movies like "The Lost City," "Pussy Island," "Magic Mike's Last Dance" and "Wingmen."

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Jason Momoa, photographed at the premiere of “Suicide Squad” in London, on Aug. 3, 2016, is reportedly not filming with “Game of Thrones” at the moment despite rumors that Khal Drogo may be returning from the dead. Getty Images