I did some interviews yesterday for Hellboy II: The Golden Army, and Luke Goss, who appears in that film under a lot of white make-up as a spear-twirling elven prince bent on Earthly domination, talked about his next movie, the just-wrapped big screen adaptation of the videogame series Tekken, helmed by Dwight Little (Murder at 1600).
“I play Steve Fox, the former leader, this crispy Tekken guy,” says Goss. “He’s not that old, actually — I say that because they surrounded me with a bunch of 21-year-olds. We filmed the fight scenes in their entirety, like 30 times, so we’d choreograph them and then go through the whole thing, which was very different than the work on Hellboy, and exhausting. And I think it’ll definitely be a hard R rating, because a lot of the fans are, [well], also crispy Tekken dudes.”