“Sweet Girl” gets Netflix Geeked Week Marketing Boost!

Today was a good day for Jason Momoa fans as Netflix launched its first ever Geeked Week and provided new looks at the action thriller Sweet Girl, airing on Netflix and starring Momoa and Isabela Merced.  Read on for fresh photos and a fun interview segment with Jason and Isabela.

Geeked Week from Netflix is focused on all their geeky/nerdy shows, including The Witcher, Resident Evil, Cobra Kai, and more.  It is hosted by Rahul Kohli and Mari Takahashi and promises new trailers, teasers, interviews, behind-the-scenes first looks, and more, including this fun video segment with Jason and Isabela.

They also released two new photos from the movie, which can be seen below.

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Jason Momoa is set to produce and star in the revenge thriller, Sweet Girl, for the streaming service Netflix. Momoa reunites with Brian Andrew Mendoza, Brad Peyton and Jeff Fierson from his time on the Frontier television show (on Netflix and Discovery Canada) and the Braven movie.

In addition to Momoa, Brad Peyton and Jeff Fierson of ASAP Entertainment will also produce for Sweet Girl.

We’ll update you when more marketing comes out for Sweet Girl!  In the meantime, be sure to subscribe to our blog and follow us on social media to stay up to date on Jason Momoa news.

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