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September 14th, 2016   JStatham.com Team   No Comments  

The cinematography is just beautiful and makes our favorite Brit shine even more.

On the Set

Production Stills

If you haven’t watched the film yet, make sure you do. It’s playing in cinemas now.





September 14th, 2016   JStatham.com Team   1 Comment  

Skylife chatted with our favorite Brit about “Mechanic: Resurrection,” his strong work ethic, staying fit and healthy, and his interest in becoming the next James Bond. Such a great interview that highlights why we admire Jason.

You’re an assassin in the movie but the audience loves your character. What do you think makes Arthur Bishop so likeable?

It’s true. I’m a dutiful assassin in the movie but that’s in the DNA of action movies. The good and the bad confront one another, or the good may have to do bad things but become the heroes anyways. The latest movie of the series shows different sides of Arthur. I think the audience will love him even more.

You’ve always been praised for your professional ethics.

Yes, and I’m not going to be humble about that. I started acting at a very late age, I was in my 30s. My father was a mine worker. So this code for professional ethics is something I inherited from my family. It’s very important for me to arrive early on set and leave late, examine the script, and stick to my diet and exercise schedule.

What do you pay attention to in your diet and exercise regime?

I diligently stick to my diet. It’s rich in protein and lacks sugar and any kind of chemicals. I have a varied exercise schedule. I control my body and I’m doing the best I can do to keep it at the ultimate level.

You’ve openly expressed your desire to be the new James Bond.

Yes, I’m British and was a fan of James Bond movies while I was growing up. I always loved the cars, the setting, and the guns in James Bond movies since I was a kid. If they make me the next Bond they won’t have to pay for a double (laughs). So it’ll cost them less money!





September 14th, 2016   JStatham.com Team   No Comments  

UPDATE September 26, 2016: A new interview with some behind the scenes footage has been added.

The interviews took place in Los Angeles, California at the end of August. Our favorite Brit had a lot of interesting things to say in regards to filming and doing his own stunts.

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September 5th, 2016   JStatham.com Team   No Comments  

On August 19, 2016, our favorite Brit took care of his promotional duties and talked with reporters about his latest film at the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles, California.

Jason also known as Arthur Bishop is confronted with Jessica Alba’s very dangerous character Gina. Let’s say the pleasure is definitely not his.





September 4th, 2016   JStatham.com Team   4 Comments  

Our favorite Brit finally made a public appearance again, walking the red carpet at ArcLight in Los Angeles, California on August 22, 2016. He looked as classy as always and flashed a lot of smiles.

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August 18th, 2016   JStatham.com Team   1 Comment  

NukeTheFridge.com is giving away free passes (while supplies last) to the film premiere taking place on Monday, August 22, 2016 at 7:30 PM (PDT) at ArcLight Hollywood on 6360 W. Sunset Blvd, Hollywood, California. Head over to the website to submit your email, but remember these tickets do not include air fare or hotel accommodation.





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