Anyone who has ever seen an activity film knows that you don’t blunder with Sylvester Stallone, ever. Religious Slater, it would seem, has never seen an activity film.
Stallone and Slater come to strikes in “Bullet to the Go,” movie director Wally Hill’s future activity film about hitman Jimmy Bobo (Stallone) and investigator Taylor Kwon (actor Sang Kang), two reverse causes operating towards the typical objective of fixing the connected killings of their specific co-workers. MTV Information frequented the New Orleans set of the film just in a chance to look at Slater’s personality, the sleazy Marcus Baptiste, understand first-hand what happens when two reverse factors of the law come together for a typical objective.
“Today is an amazing day for me,” Kang informed MTV. “I increased up viewing Religious Slater films, and these days we get to pain him!”
“Christian Slater [plays] a bad guy, and he knows the key to all the plots,” Stallone described of the landscape we experienced. “He’s being a actual wise-ass, and unfortunately begins tossing out some national slurs — and that’s going to price him a lot.”
For his own aspect, Slater didn’t seem to thoughts being used as a individual kickboxing bag. “My operate in this venture is to proceed the tale along and provides [the primary characters] some details,” he said. “Of course, the personality I perform, a attorney, isn’t going to provide this details quickly.”
Baptiste’s zipped mouth power Bobo and Kwon to hotel to intense techniques to get the intellect they need. The interrogation finishes in surprising style, but according to Stallone, the result is exactly what you would anticipate to see from his callous new activity idol.
“We’ve designed every type of amazing activity idol there is — there’s nothing remaining to do,” the “Rocky” and “Rambo” acting professional said of his “Bullet” antihero. “So we’re trying to make flesh-and-blood figures. They’re defective. They’re the people you increased up with.”
Walter Hill’s “Bullet to the Head” strikes cinemas on Feb 1, 2013.