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The English actor and martial artist, Scott Adkins, has expressed his desire to work with bollywood actor Vidyut Jammwal. Scott is reportedly impressed by Vidyut’s action scenes and wants to collaborate with him on a project.
In an recent meeting with Sunil Rodrigues, one of B-Town’s action directors, Scott made a reference to Vidyut and revealed that he had seen Vidyut’s film Commando and his videos online. The surprised action director took Twitter to share about Adkin’s reference to Vidyut.
Jammwal is also looking thrilled to be on Scott’s radar. He says, “It feels great to have my action scenes recognised and appreciated by an incredible international action star like Adkins. He has one of the best bodies in the business and some amazing action sequences to his credit in films like Undisputed II and Ninja (2009) among others.”
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Exclusive: Blue Box International closes key territories on Scott Adkins action-thriller.
Bleiberg Entertainment licensed the Us to XLrator Media and Canada to Vvs. Blue Box has closed deals with Latin America (California Filmes), Eastern Europe and Africa (Daro), France (Ab Groupe), Benelux (Dutch Filmworks), Spain (Second Gen Pictures) Turkey (Moviebox), China (Hgc), India (Sgn Mediaworks) and the Middle East (Eagle Films).
Adkins, whose credits include The Expendables 2, Universal Soldier: Day Of Reckoning, Zero Dark Thirty and the upcoming Criminal, reunites with Isaac Florentine, who previously directed him in the Ninja and Undisputed franchises.
Blue Box International also represents at Efm The Curse Of Sleeping Beauty, the dark fairy »
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