• Jason Momoa and Eiza González called it quits less than four months after they reportedly started dating, a report says
  • The two are "very different people" and are at different stages in their lives, according to the report
  • Momoa was spotted at the premiere of her film "Ambulance" in April but did not walk the red carpet with her

Jason Momoa and Eiza González are both single again.

The "Aquaman" star, 42, and the "Ambulance" actress, 32, have called it quits, People reported, just a month after news broke that they were an item. International Business Times could not independently verify this information.

"They're just very different people," an unnamed source told the outlet.

Momoa and González were "hoping they might work it out," but the two were at different stages in their lives, another insider said.

"They love each other very much having dated quietly for some time before it became public," the second source added. "They are in different life stages."

The "Dune" actor and the "Baby Driver" star reportedly began dating in February, one month after he announced his separation from estranged wife Lisa Bonet.

In May, an unnamed insider told People that Momoa and González met "through work and mutual connections" and that their relationship at the time wasn't very serious.

"They're both just seeing where it goes. They've been spending time together when they can and making it work between their two busy schedules," the source said at the time.

Momoa was spotted at the premiere of her Michael Bay film "Ambulance" in April, but they did not walk the red carpet together.

According to the insider, González shares "the same spirit" as Momoa and is a "very fun, down-for-anything type person and is pretty adventurous for the most part."

"She's more of a long-term-relationship person versus casual dater. [Momoa is] a really good guy, very generous and happy all the time; he's all about love and spreading love," the source explained.

González was the first person Momoa was romantically linked to after he and Bonet announced in January that they decided to go their separate ways after 16 years together and five years of marriage.

In a since-deleted statement posted on the "Sweet Girl" actor's Instagram account, the former couple said they "felt the squeeze and changes of these transformational times" and had been "feeling and growing from the seismic shifts occurring."

Momoa and Bonet, who share daughter Lola, 14, and son Nakoa-Wolf, 13, decided to announce their split "so that as we go about our lives, we may do so with dignity and honesty," according to the post.

After Momoa and González's romance made headlines, an unnamed source told Entertainment Tonight that the actor and Bonet "are still committed to being friends for the sake of their family" and "both want each other to be happy."

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Jason Momoa no longer has a beard. He is pictured at the Academy Awards on Feb. 24, 2019 in Hollywood, California. Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic