RZA’s Nobody Action Movie Playlist!

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RZA’s Nobody Action Movie Playlist!



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Exclusive: RZA Action Movie Nobody Playlist!

Universal Pictures gave ComingSoon.net the chance to speak 1: 1 with legendary actor / musician and founder of Wu-Tang RZA for Ilya Naishuller’s action thriller Nobody, which is now playing in theaters and arriving on VOD on April 16. In the film, RZA plays Harry Mansell, the brother of Bob Odenkirk’s Hutch Mansell. Since RZA is an avid action movie fan / director, we decided to ask him about his Nobody action movie playlist, and you can check out its mix below!

DIE HARD

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I’m going to go a little bit to the side, right? You can choose your Die hard, but I think the first Die hard is a good start to get into all this world of Nobody. Heroes are stronger when they fight against something. In Die hard, when Bruce cut off his feet, you felt it. Like, “Oh shit, how are you going to fight now? Even the director’s idea of ​​doing it barefoot was already a crazy idea. Does this guy have to go through all this hell with no shoes on? Then you watch Bob Odenkirk on that bus… get kicked off that bus… and then when he got back up, I was like, “Oh shit. My character filmed in the film was not in the script. The director came to me and said, “Yeah… we’re thinking of shooting you.” I was like, “Yeah! It’s a shootout, someone’s got to take something. We are not invulnerable ”

TANGO & CASH

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I will throw Tango and cash! Because of all the one-liners. Russell and Stallone. It was cool, it was popcorn. It worked, right?

THE KILLER

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Something obscure that you might not throw in the pot but should throw in the pot to pick up one of the pioneers of multiple and excessive weapons … John Woo’s The killer. [Which RZA has sampled on tracks.] If you cannot find a copy of The killer you can go get his hollywood remake which is Face / Off, which does not have the same pleasure as The killer.

JOHN WICK

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You have the role in Nobody where Hutch takes the family to the basement and he locks them up and he goes upstairs and he’s about to tear everyone up inside this house … it reminds of this John Wick fixed, but it’s improved because this stunt team has been so on fire with their ship. They started with a movie called Raid 1 & 2 it was just a different style of action. Before them, maybe it was Tony Jaa like the one who made you go, “Oh shit” with Ong Bok and these films, but then John Wick brought it back in a grim way. But Nobody has the “wow” factor and the laughter factor. Maybe it has to do with Bob coming from comedy, but it’s the bad guys too! When he walked into that hospital and threw that chair away …

48 HOURS

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You have to throw 48 hours in the pot. When you think of the black and white culture in the movies, it hasn’t been as developed as it is now where you have multiple stars like Jamie Foxx and Denzel and you can keep going down the list. As a kid I had Sidney Poitier or James Earle Jones, but they were never as relatable as Eddie Murphy in 48 hours. When I was a kid I would go watch a kung fu movie and it was usually a triple feature. Maybe I would stick around to watch the first one twice because I love the action. If it’s a regular Hollywood movie, I watch it, I’m done, and I go home. I saw 48 hours in a theater, me and my brother, and we sat there and watched it again! It was how good it was. The thing that really got my adrenaline pumping was when Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte got into a fight and the fight was pretty even even though Nick Nolte got that last punch. But when he walked into that bar… when he walked into that bar and did his thing, I don’t think there were any big Hollywood movies with that kind of scene.

We hope you enjoyed RZA’s list! ComingSoon.net also just received this VERY cool package from Universal in honor of the VOD release of Nobody, which you can consult below …

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Bob Odenkirk plays Hutch Mansell, an underrated and neglected father and husband, taking life’s indignities on his chin and never pushing back. Nobody. When two thieves break into his suburban home one night, Hutch refuses to defend himself or his family, hoping to avoid serious violence. His teenage son, Blake, is disappointed in him and his wife, Becca, seems to move further away. The aftermath of the incident matches Hutch’s long rage, unleashing dormant instincts and propelling him down a brutal path that will surface dark secrets and deadly skills. In a barrage of fists, gunfire and tire screeching, Hutch must save his family from a dangerous opponent – and make sure he is never underestimated as a person again.

Nobody stars Bob Odenkirk (You better call Saul), Connie Nielsen (Justice League de Zack Snyder), Gage Munroe (The cabin) and Russian actor Aleksey Serebryakov (McMafia). It also features Christopher Lloyd, winner of Emmy (Back to the future) and the musician-actor RZA (american gangster).

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Nobody is directed by famous filmmaker Ilya Naishuller (Hardcore Henri), from a screenplay by Derek Kolstad, the narrative architect of the John Wick franchise. The film is produced by Kelly McCormick and David Leitch, the filmmakers of Fast & Furious presents: Hobbs & Shaw, Deadpool 2, and Atomic Blond, for their company 87North, by Braden Aftergood (Against all odds, Wind River) for his Eighty Two Films, and Bob Odenkirk and Marc Provissiero (Hulu’s PEN15) for Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment. The film is produced by Derek Kolstad, Marc S. Fischer and Tobey Maguire.

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