Death in Texas – Ronnie Gene Blevins
For most of his career, Ronnie Gene Blevins oftentimes get offered supporting roles to countless films over the years. He worked alongside with great actors—so there’s no complains about it. When Death in Texas came along, he immediately jumped on the opportunity to be in the lead role.
Here’s the official synopsis:
Billy Walker (Blevins) is finally let out of prison after serving a seven-year sentence for manslaughter, only to find out that the only person who stuck by him during the entire ordeal, his mother, is now dying of living failure. After visiting her doctor, Billy learns that he must break a few more laws in order to get his mother to the top of the transplant list in order to save her life.
The cast also includes Lara Flynn Boyle, Bruce Dern, and Stephen Lang. Scott Winhauser directed the wrote the movie.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta spoke with actor Ronnie Gene Blevins on being the lead character for this drama. We talked about acting alongside a great cast, playing supporting characters, and Bruce Dern in real life. Also, we tried to get him to spill the beans on The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It. Of course, he prefers us to watch it for ourselves.
Ronnie Gene Blevins is most known for playing a small time criminal Willie Russie alongside Nicolas Cage in David Gordon Green’s Joe. Other notable credits include Batman: The Dark Knight Rises, Death Wish with Bruce Willis, The Wave with Justin Long, Seven Psychopaths, and Within. On the small screen, he appeared in True Detective, Westworld, Twin Peaks, Shameless, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and Murder in the First.
Death in Texas is playing in select theaters and VOD today.
Watch the exclusive interview below. Let us know what you think.