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Gina Carano joins her Bus657 co-star Dave Bautista & former director John Stockwell in classic action remake
Gina will appear in the Kickboxer remake that is currently filming. In addition to Stockwell and Bautista, she joins acclaimed stunt choreographer – Larnell Stovall, and her fight world luminaries: Georges St.Pierre, Joe Valtellini, & Joe Schilling. Gina is reported to be playing a fight promoter, as described by the head of the production company (Radar Films – Ted Field) in this quote – “It will be fun to watch Gina as the sneaky and dangerous temptress, a boa constrictor of this fighting jungle.” Alain Moussi, will be playing the role originally done by action film legend – Jean Claude Van Damme, who will fill the role originally played by Dennis Chan. (HollywoodReporter.com)
*update 12/11/14 – 12/16/14: checkout these off set pics of Gina and the cast & crew:
info: go to the official facebook page of Gina Carano’s new movie – IN THE BLOOD – for local showings
Click the pic, then click “in theaters”. In the Blood can also be viewed from the comfort of your home through: ITunes, Comcast Xfinity, OnDemand, GooglePlay, Playstation and Microsoft Xbox console networks, & more – click the “on demand” section after being redirected.
“I know what fans want, I know what
people want, but I’m
always going to remain
true to myself as much as
(courtesy: USAToday – Brian Truitt)
…While Carano’s proud of all the fight scenes she’s done, she doesn’t think people understand how hard it is to reach a moment of strong emotion for an actress.
“All of a sudden, you start watching movies and you realize how many actors and actresses do this daily,” Carano says. “But you see, ‘OK, I like how that person becomes emotional’ or ‘That actress is an emotional mess in every movie and that must be exhausting.’ It just opened my eyes on acting.”
After a few acting performances under your belt, what was special about In the Blood?
– I had just come off of Fast 6 so when I did In the Blood it was a completely different production. It was a smaller budget and it was hard work being on every single day — I’m in almost every single frame of the movie. (Laughs)
I kind of like stuff like that. I like being able to be involved, and when you get on one of those bigger films, all the pressure is on everybody else. The pressure’s on the stars of the show or the movie or the director or the producers, and they’ve got that much money they have to be responsible for.
But when you get on a smaller production, you feel more of the weight of the pressure and you’re that much more passionate to make it go well.