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Chris Mark and James Mark On Stunts and Sci-Fi Action in Enhanced [Exclusive Interview]

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The siblings Chris Mark and James Mark have developed a great working relationship for martial arts action. After cult hit 2017’s Kill Order, the brothers return for Enhanced, which takes place in the same universe—and not a direct sequel.

The film stars Chris Mark as an archvillain hunting down mutants for their life essence. The rest of the cast includes Alanna Bale, George Tchortov, Adrian Holmes, Erik Hicks, Michael Delaney, Patrick Sabongui, Elvis Stokjo with Stefano DiMatteo, and Jeffrey R. Smith. James Mark directed the movie from a script written by James Mark, Matthew K. Nayman, and Peter Van Horne.

Here’s the full synopsis for Enhanced:

George Shepherd is part of an elite private military unit that specializes in capturing mutant fugitives. When David, a super mutant, claims vengeance against the government, he gains power by eliminating his enhanced allies, getting stronger each time he kills others like him. On the cusp of total domination, George must join forces with an unlikely partner to end David’s killing spree.

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LRM Online’s Gig Patta spoke with actor Chris Mark and director/writer James Mark. We talked about the universe for Enhanced and Kill Order, stunts, action, training, and how they work together as siblings.

Chris Mark is a martial artist, stunt performer, and fight choreographer known for his role as District 5 tribute in The Hunger Games in 2012. As an expert martial artist, he gained his 5th dan black belt in Taekwondo. Also, he trained in other styles including karate, Wushu kung fu, Muay Thai, and Capoiera. As a stuntman, some of the projects he worked on included Jumper, Mummy 3, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, and Suicide Squad.

James Mark began his career as a professional stuntman and fight choreographer with a background in both martial arts and gymnastics. After stunt work in Jumper, Pacific Rim, and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, James Mark had the desire to be behind the camera. So, he started with helming digital shorts for IGN. In 2016, he directed his first feature film Kill Order. Later, he followed with the action drama On The Ropes.

Enhanced releases on VOD today.

Watch the exclusive interview below. Let us know what you think.

Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Vertical Entertainment

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