INTERVIEWS

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Re: INTERVIEWS

Postby Jox on 17 Jun 2020, 22:56

Dolph Lundgren om frieriet till norska Emma: ”Hon förstod inte riktigt vad jag sa”
https://www.aftonbladet.se/nojesbladet/ ... te-riktigt

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Re: INTERVIEWS

Postby bomaz on 24 Aug 2020, 15:20

Future podcast with Dolph Lundgren ? (by a "production" company of Castle Falls)
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Re: INTERVIEWS

Postby Jox on 02 Sep 2020, 11:53

bomaz wrote:Future podcast with Dolph Lundgren ? (by a "production" company of Castle Falls)

Here is the full interview, very candid:
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/b ... 0489815283

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Dolph on The Art of Action

Postby Moltisanti on 07 Sep 2020, 02:14

Dolph will apear on Scott Adkins' Youtube show this Tuesday. Here's the teaser (very well put together):

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Re: Dolph on The Art of Action

Postby Jox on 07 Sep 2020, 06:23

Nice!! 8)
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Re: Dolph on The Art of Action

Postby bomaz on 07 Sep 2020, 12:11

It's gonna be gooooood. Depending on the guests, this "show" is very interesting, and I think we have some good insights from Dolph, technically and "director-wise". (and having seen all the episodes, it also makes me think that Adkins coul be a valuable director).
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Re: Dolph on The Art of Action

Postby Moltisanti on 08 Sep 2020, 21:39

Good discussion. Nice to hear him talk about THE PUNISHER and LITLE TOKYO a little more than we're used to getting.

Sounds like they're hoping to get back to making CASTLE FALLS in October.
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Re: Dolph on The Art of Action

Postby bomaz on 09 Sep 2020, 14:49

It's still cool to see a candid interview with Dolph, but it was not my favorite episode of the "show" (maybe because i've seen sooooo much Dolph interview :lol: ).
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Re: Dolph on The Art of Action

Postby Mosquito on 10 Sep 2020, 21:43

I watched it and found it the best and most interesting interview for long time fans that I've seen in a decade. Not kidding. I've skipped interviews lately because people are always asking the same questions which are of interest for an audience that doesn't know much about Dolph. But for us who have watched a great number of interviews, it's often boring and repetitive. So this one was something new. The long format gives the opportunity to go into the details, and I think Scott knows the right balance between discussing the fighting moves and training routines without going too far for the average martial arts / action movie audience. You don't have to be a complete martial arts expert to enjoy the discussion. I also find that he's very well prepared and seems to have watched and analysed all of the movies of the people he interviews, also knows all the fighters, trainers and background info. Kudos!

I enjoyed it so much that I just watched the episode with Mark Dacascos. He's so sweet and he transports his enthusiasm about everything so well that I found myself mimicking his joy inadvertently. I remember how happy I was to see him in John Wick 3 (and in one episode of Lucifer with a great guest appearance).

Great that I found this series through the Dolph interview! I'll watch some of the others as well. Already half through the interview with Benny Urquidez... whom I had never noticed before. Sorry, martial arts aficionados! ;)
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Re: Dolph on The Art of Action

Postby Moltisanti on 11 Sep 2020, 09:13

The Dacascos one was great. Also loved the one with Daniel Bernhardt who came off like a real quality guy.

Lundgren's episode was another winner. I know they can't cover every film but I wish they could have gone over his fight scene against Trevor Goddard at the end of MEN OF WAR. That's got to be his most underrated fight sequence. So well done.
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Re: Dolph on The Art of Action

Postby Jox on 12 Sep 2020, 13:20

Dacascos is the nicest guy, and like Dolph, one of the most deserving action stars whose career didn't go where it should have...
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Re: Dolph on The Art of Action

Postby Mosquito on 17 Sep 2020, 23:17

Moltisanti wrote:Lundgren's episode was another winner. I know they can't cover every film but I wish they could have gone over his fight scene against Trevor Goddard at the end of MEN OF WAR. That's got to be his most underrated fight sequence. So well done.


Absolutely! Love that fight. The whole movie is one of his best. And Goddard's performance was so over the top, just hilarious. ;)
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Re: INTERVIEWS

Postby Jox on 21 Sep 2020, 14:26

https://i-marbella.com/News/news/Interv ... r-my-heart

(looks like it might have been translated to English from Swedish)

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