Chris Sharma, Jared Leto and Jason Momoa in Mallorca. | Instagram


American actor Jason Momoa is back Mallorca enjoying some psicobloc climbing.

The star of Aquaman and series such as Game of Thrones is on the island with his good friend Chris Sharma, an expert in psicobloc.

Last month they made a film near the Puerto Soller climbing some of the most challenging rockfaces along the Tramuntana coast.

The filming was to be done from the sea. For the documentary, Momoa clung to cliffs before jumping into the water.

According to Deadline, the eight-episode series will see amateur climbers 'put through a rigorous series of mental and physical challenges, utilizing the most intimidating ascents in the world to crown the world’s best amateur climber.'

And, Jason was pictured with actor Jared Leto who is Known for his method acting in a variety of roles, he has received numerous accolades over a career spanning three decades, including an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award. Additionally, he is recognised for his musicianship and eccentric stage persona as a member of the rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars.

After starting his career on the television series My So-Called Life (1994), Leto made his film debut in How to Make an American Quilt (1995) and gained critical attention for his performance in Prefontaine (1997). After supporting roles in The Thin Red Line (1998), Fight Club (1999), Girl, Interrupted (1999) and American Psycho (2000), he received widespread praise for his lead role in Requiem for a Dream (2000).

He then began focusing increasingly on music, returning to acting with Panic Room (2002), Alexander (2004), Lord of War (2005), Chapter 27 (2007), and Mr. Nobody (2009). His performance in Dallas Buyers Club (2013) earned him the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. He has since starred in Suicide Squad (2016), Blade Runner 2049 (2017), The Little Things (2021), House of Gucci (2021), and Morbius (2022).

And, leading the rio was the famous climber Sharma.

Sharma is considered one of the greatest and most influential climbers in the history of the sport. He dominated sport climbing for the decade after his 2001 ascent of Realization/Biographie, the world's first-ever redpoint of a consensus 9a+ (5.15a) graded route,[a] and ushered in what was called a "technical evolution" in the sport. Sharma carried the mantle of "world's strongest sport climber" from Wolfgang Gullich (who held it for almost a decade from the early 1980s), and passed it to Adam Ondra (who held it from 2012).