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Alain Moussi interview: Kickboxer: Vengeance, action icons and Statham
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Alain Moussi is a very happy man. When we spoke to him on the phone to talk about the home release of Kickboxer: Vengeance his enthusiasm and passion for the film and all things action movie related were in abundance and rightly so. Moussi has been working in stunts for years,... There’s also the benefit that two sequels have already been greenlit and are under production already, so here’s hoping Moussi’s first franchise shines a light on his burgeoning talent. For action fans, Kickboxer: Vengeance is a welcome throwback to the visceral fights and revenge trappings that were such a delight from the seventies through to the early nineties, watching one man train his way to a blood soaked victory, via the... Yet Vengeance also manages to put some fresh twists on the classic material, which is helped by Moussi’s likeable turn as the new Kurt Sloane and boosted further by the stellar supporting cast, including one Jean Claude Van Damme. During our talk about all things Kickboxer , we got into a discussion on the current state of mainstream action movies, Christopher Lambert, with a little side of Statham, obviously. So without further ado, Mr Alain Moussi…. Firstly, congratulations on the film and your performance - I was a big fan of the original, so I think I went into it with a bit more expectation than a lot of people, but I really enjoyed it. Oh thank you very much, I really appreciate that. It must been nice to have the film out there now, because I imagine that since it was your first lead role, it must have been quite nerve wracking waiting for it to be finally released. I would say that from the start of the process, I think from the moment I got cast, you know I thought when is it going to start. And then finally we get started and we’re almost there, you know I’m in New Orleans about to start production and when we’re done, we get to post and then when will it be released - might be spring, might be next fall, might be like… nobody knows. And so finally, it’s like I have this thing where say I’ll believe it when I see the movie is out [laughs]. I mean I think the anticipation of it is just as much a part of the process and a part of the whole thing, right. I seem to remember over the past few years, that there’s been talk of trying to bring Kickboxer back, so at what point of the process did you get involved. I knew about it when Dimitri Logothetis, who’s our producer, I worked with Dimitri, for the first time when he cast me in a role back in 2011, that’s when I met him. I was part of the stunt team, in Montreal because the onset stunts that we were doing for all of his films meant we did a live showcase for him and we ended up doing the opening and end fights, doing everything from acrobatics, to martial arts, to... But he didn’t really speak to everyone, he just singled me out for a talk and I’m like ‘Oh, cool’. And the next day I got a call from casting asking to me to audition for the lead role and that was the first time I did and I got it. So that was the first time I worked with Dimitri, was on this film and I happened to be a stunt guy on the film... Unfortunately the film never got done, because the financiers pulled out so there was problems with that, so that never got finished. However, in conversation Dimitri mentioned that he and his company partners had bought the rights to Kickboxer – I think they bought Kings Road Entertainment, which owned it. So he asked me if I wanted to be part of the remake and I said “Oh man... ” So two years later was when I finally met up to with Dimitri, to audition again for Kickboxer – same thing with another showcase, did that first, then another screen test and that was 2013. And in 2014 was when they announced we were doing the... So all in for me, it’s all for me been since 2011. That’s funny to hear – being an action fan, I’d been aware there was talk of a reboot but had no idea it started all the way back then. Around the time they also started talking about Bloodsport as well - whether a remake, or.
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Scott Adkins - Wikipedia
Born: Scott Edward Adkins (1976-06-17) 17 June 1976 (age 40) Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom: Occupation: Actor, Martial Artist, Gymnast: Years active
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Scott Adkins, Actor: Doctor Strange. Scott Edward Adkins was born on June 17, 1976 in Sutton Coldfield, England, into a family that for generations were ...
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