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He may no longer be the face behind Jason Voorhees’ iconic hockey mask, but Kane Hodder remains one of the best-known names in the horror genre, thanks to his turns in the Friday The 13th/Jason flicks and more recent fright epics such as Hatchet. Come February, the man who essayed Camp Crystal Lake’s number-one destroyer of teenagers on four separate occasions will look back on those days in the eagerly anticipated documentary His Name Was Jason: 30 Years Of Friday The 13th (see previous item here).
According to the actor/stuntman, fans can expect an in-depth exposé that leaves no gravestone unturned. “I have not seen a rough cut yet,” he admits when Fango catches up with him. “But, knowing the enthusiasm of the guys making this, I can tell you it will be really well-done and extremely comprehensive. His Name Was Jason actually reminds me of the Crystal Lake Memories book, »
Former Jason Voorhees Kane Hodder (who has worn the mask four times) is speaking out about Platinum Dunes' Friday the 13th , opening in theaters on February 13th. "I am definitely going to see it," he tells Fangoria. "I'm a fan of the series and of horror in general. But, yeah, of course I was disappointed about not being asked to do the character again. I kept that guy alive for a lot of years, and really loved playing him." Turning to the future, Hodder says he's gearing up to star in See How They Run where he plays "a redneck who lives in the woods in his trailer." Sadly, he can't talk much more about that project. For the full interview click here . »
2 items from 2008
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