Exclusive Interview: Director David Hackl Talks DANGEROUS Starring Scott Eastwood on The Action Fix Podcast!

By: John M Jerva

This Friday sees the release of the new action-thriller Dangerous which stars Scott Eastwood in on of his finest Percy to date. The movie is more than just your traditional action film and Eastwood creates a franchise worthy character in Dylan Forrester. Director David Hackl plays the movie as more of a dark comedy infused cat and mouse thriller punctuated by sure fire beats of action.

In this exclusive interview on The Action Fix Podcast, director David Hackl stops by to chat about the film, the sensational cast and above all Scott Eastwood and what he brings to the table.

It’s Dangerous Director David Hackl on this episode of The Action Fix! Enjoy!

Special thanks to David for stopping by and giving a great interview!

Dangerous hits select theaters, Digital and VOD this Friday, November 5th from Lionsgate Home Entertainment

Synopsis: Ex-con and reformed sociopath Dylan Forrester (Scott Eastwood) is trying to quietly serve out his parole — with the help of a steady supply of antidepressants and his eccentric psychiatrist (Mel Gibson). But when his brother dies under mysterious circumstances, Dylan breaks parole and, with a dogged FBI agent (Famke Janssen) on his trail, goes to uncover the truth. A band of heavily armed mercenaries wants something Dylan’s brother was hiding, and Dylan will need all his guile and tactical skills to survive in this action-packed thriller costarring Kevin Durand and Tyrese Gibson.

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