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Martial Artist Scott Adkins interviewed Seagal

#21
Saw it and will re see it again. Adkins as an interviewer of Seagal was impressive. Admirable of Scott to not follow suit of past interviewers pitting Steven with other martial artists. Glad he was honorable with acknowledging Seagal's convincing theatrics on film. Never knew Steven broke his leg on Exit Wounds ouch !

He didn´t break his leg. He got a knee injury while doing the "wire stuff", the scene in which he had to jump over a car.
 
#23
Was looking forward to the interview after enjoying the Jeff Speakman and Cynthia Rothrock ones but in the end it was just a bit "meh". Loved the idea of Seagal real-time watching and commenting on some on his old movies. If it had just been that for 60 minutes it would have been awesome.
 
#24
I do agree that the interviewer has asked Seagal the most ridiculous question such as on The Vocie when Michael Schiavello asked Seagal "who toughest hollywood actor"? Question like those are just pointless to even ask.
 
#25
I do agree that the interviewer has asked Seagal the most ridiculous question such as on The Vocie when Michael Schiavello asked Seagal "who toughest hollywood actor"? Question like those are just pointless to even ask.
Whenever anyone asks a famous action star that question, all I can think is it's the kind of question a ten-year old would ask.