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Danny and “Hello Aquaman,” he said. “I’m so excited.”
“Hello beautiful boy” Momoa said laughing. “I’m excited.”
Danny’s story reached Hollywood stars because of his reaction to Aquaman’s action figures.
“What a hell! My favorite! I love Aquaman!” Danny shouted when he opened the present during a recent family photo shoot.
In January 2017, Danny was diagnosed with pineal blastoma, a very rare and aggressive form of brain tumor, and soft meningeal disease, a cancer in the cerebrospinal fluid.
Momoa called Danny on Wednesday and posted a video on his Instagram page. “I’ve been hearing about you from all my friends,” Momoa said. “And, I call to you, to say hello, I wanted to see what you are doing how to.”
Danny asked him about his marine adventure and showed off his Aquaman toys.
“I’m riding a dolphin, and it’s a lot of fun,” Momoa said. “I should try it someday”
Momoa also said he would give Danny one of the Tridents and invite him to shoot “Aquaman 2” in London next year.
For families sharing Danny’s long battle on social media in the hope of helping others, medical options may be scarce, but the last few days have been quite a chapter. “It was just an incredible blur, and it was magic,” said Danny’s mother Natalie Sheehan.
The GoFundMe page for Danny’s family has raised over $ 100,000.
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