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But they will soon find out that the lucky ones are already dead.
Muck is packed with old-school gore effects and brutal stunts, without and CGI or apologies.
Buechler was hired to direct Part 7 the next year, and he said he wanted me to play Jason. Before that movie, no one had taken the role of Jason more than once. How many on-screen kills do you think you have at this point? You know, I’m working on writing a book, and we’re in the process of counting that; but, it’s going to be in the hundreds. You’ve said in the past that your favorite kill of all time was the sleeping bag one from “Friday 7”. I did it in “Hatchet” and “Hatchet II." I have crying scenes in both of them, and I did cry for real. What advice would give someone looking to become a stunt person?
What made you want to continue to keep playing the role? I thought it was a real fun role to do, and I didn’t think anyone had really done much with it. Is it still your all time fav, or do you have a new one? I like a couple of them from “Hatchet." There was ripping the lady’s head apart by the jaw. What’s the favorite kind of stunt you get to perform? Even though I got burned up doing a fire scene, I still like doing them. If you don’t know anyone in the business, be prepared to starve for a long time.
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