Scott Eastwood as D Forrester in Dangerous | Courtesy of Jessica and Andy Schlamp/Courtesy of Lionsgate
DANGEROUS follows ex-con and reformed sociopath Dylan Forrester (Scott Eastwood, “Suicide Squad”), who is trying to quietly serve out his parole — with the help of a steady supply of antidepressants and his eccentric psychiatrist (Mel Gibson, “Braveheart”). But when his brother dies under mysterious circumstances, Dylan breaks parole and, with a dogged FBI agent (Famke Janssen, “X-Men:The Last Stand”) 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 co-starring Kevin Durand “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” and Tyrese Gibson (“Baby Boy”).
The Canadian filmmaker, David Hackl is known for being the production designer for the Saw II, Saw III, Saw IV and Repo! The Genetic Opera. He made his debut as a director in Saw V. Since then he has directed other films like Life on the Line, Into the Grizzly Maze and Daughter of the Wolf.
I was connected with David Hackl to discuss the making of Dangerous. Hackl spoke about empathy and how Scott Eastwood portrayed his character. Also about the different locations used to film, including Mel Gibson’s in Los Angeles. In addition, to discuss his upcoming project.
Dangerous is available in theaters and VOD/Digital November 5, 2021
Source: LRMExclusive, Lionsgate