Former 'Game of Thrones' Star Tells Off George R.R. Martin

PHOTO: Series creator George R.R. Martin attends the "Game Of Thrones" Season 4 premiere at Lincoln Center on March 18, 2014 in New York City. Play Taylor Hill/Getty Images
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Jason Momoa was killed off the very first season of "Game of Thrones."

The actor, 34, who is rumored to be next taking on the role of Aquaman in the "Batman v Superman" movie, spoke to HuffPost Live about how disappointing it was to have his character Khal Drogo killed off so soon.

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He admitted he had read the books before, so he knew it was coming.

"After George Martin killed me, I was like 'go f*** yourself,'" Momoa said, smiling.

He continued, "I'm joking. But after George killed me, I was really upset. I went to go get the book at Barnes and Noble and I was bummed that I was dead. But it's brilliant writing. He's amazing and he's a genius."

Momoa then asked the camera and Martin if he was watching, "I'm around in case you need me," to come back.