- The Old Guard
- Keanu Reeves
Illustrated by Alessandro Vitti, the 12-issue series will pick up the main character as he's hiding out in America, having moved there and agreed to do mercenary work for the government in exchange for information about his origins and a way he can end his seemingly immortal existence. And, with comics company Boom! Studios sporting a first-look deal with Netflix, there's a chance it could end up as a movie or TV series, potentially starring Reeves. “I’d love to play Berzerker!” Reeves says. “It's a really fun story so if it's not me, hopefully someone can play it." For more on the comic, head to USA Today's site.
"The Terminator." Arnold Schwarzenegger worked with guns every day for a month to prepare for the role. The first two weeks of filming he practiced weapons stripping and reassembly blindfolded until the motions were automatic, like a machine. He spent hours at the shooting range and practicing with different weapons without blinking or looking at them when reloading or cocking. He also had to be ambidextrous.
"The Passion Of The Christ." Jim Caviezel admitted he was struck by lightning while filming the Sermon on the Mount and during the crucifixion.