Dave Bautista shares new look at team-up with Jason Momoa for See season 2

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See season 1 spoilers follow.

Marvel star Dave Bautista has shared a new look at his appearance in See season 2, which sees him star alongside his new best friend, Aquaman's Jason Momoa.

Bautista shared the clip – which you can watch for yourself above – on Twitter on August 24, writing: "You guys ready for this?! It’s a ruthless new world. Brothers on a collision course #BabaVoss #EdoVoss Friday August 27th on screen for the first time ever with my brother #JasonMomoa @SEEOfficial Season2 @appletvplus."

He added: "Trust me you don’t want to miss this!" with the hashtags "#Drax," "#Aquaman," and "#Destiny."

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Photo credit: Apple

In season 2 of the Apple TV+ series, Bautista stars as Edo Voss, the brother of Momoa's character Baba.

See season 1 ended with Baba trying to find his adopted daughter Haniwa (Nesta Cooper) following her kidnapping by Edo. The season 2 trailer catches up with Baba as he continues that same quest, joined by his adopted son Kofun (Archie Madekwe) and Paris (Alfre Woodard).

See isn't the only team-up between Bautista and Momoa on the horizon though, as they'll be seen together again in director Denis Villeneuve's Dune later this year.

And the pair are also planning a buddy cop movie together!

Photo credit: YouTube - Apple
Photo credit: YouTube - Apple

Bautista seemed to speak (or tweet) it into fruition too. Earlier this month, he tweeted: "Just going to throw this out into the atmosphere and see what happens. Here we go... Me and Momoa in a Lethal Weapon type buddy cop movie directed by David Leitch. Ok! There it is. Now we wait."

When the tweet was brought up during Momoa's recent appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, the actor revealed the pitch is a go.

"He literally texted me about four days ago, going, 'We need to do a buddy cop film. We love each other. We are on See and Dune together.' And I said, 'Absolutely.' And he said, 'Let's do it in Hawaii.' And I said, 'Let's do it. I have an idea,'" revealed the actor.

See season 2 premieres August 27 on Apple TV+.

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