The first film of Halle Berry Director Injured He is about to do it Stream on Netflix. In a press release, POPSUGAR had to watch the movie before it was released on November 24. With guidance Injured, Halle Berry MMA fighter Jackie Justice plays in the film To Octagon (MMA Boxing Ring Version).
As we watch the film, we can imagine the intense training that went into these roles. POPSUGAR Talks to Berry, Jackie Justice Coach Bobby Buddhakan Beroa UFC champion Valentina Chevchenko Lucia “Lady Killer” Chavez, who plays Jackie’s opponent of justice, talks about her role in the physical and mental process.
“… It’s one of the most challenging things I have to do to compensate for my powers and those parts of my brain … I had to rely on myself and I had to rely on that.
How did the injured actors train for their mission?
Berry told POPSUGAR that she had to turn in six different martial arts styles – judo, taquondo, jujitsu, wrestling, moai Thai and boxing – with her current yoga, strength training and Pilates day. Berry explains, “… to present myself in all these disciplines and to believe that I am indeed an international fighter, is probably what he has been doing for most of my life. I pushed myself more than I thought I would. I know I trained for five hours, at least for the best year of my life.
“I know I trained extra hours, maybe six days a week, about four, five hours a day …” – Halle Berry
Berry was ready for the moment Shevchenko took on the role of a regular fitness player. The 33-year-old UFC champion says she has struggled with POPSUGAR for 28 years and underwent a similar exercise in regular combat. Chevchenko says she spent the rest of the day wearing her usual Sana’a dress to help her with her endurance training (three hours of fighting, hitting and teaming). Weight Loss – A sweaty moisturizing process Appearing in the film. “Shevchenko talks about her general pre-combat fitness.”[t]The hardest part of exercise is endurance. . . It is a type of professional warrior who prepares to climb eight sides and fight the belt. It’s a different level of perseverance. “
As the justice coach in the film, Atim underwent the same endurance training for Berry, but focused on wrestling and jujitsu. “For some reason, I had to do less than Hallelujah, but … even in my apartment in front of the mirror, I came up with the idea of practicing every day,” Atim said. She has learned that she can do it. “[F]Or I’re understanding the role of the coach, to see what they are focusing on when trying to get someone to excel in athletics. . . But I would be at the end of it, knowing that I’m doing a little bit of training and knowing what to tell people to do. . . It looks like a sack that encloses with a drawstring. I already know how to do it.
How did we train the injured actors for their show?
According to Chevchenko, as they co-starred in the drama, their focus was on making sure that they were able to copy the sequence of events without harming each other. “It was team work. We were totally building a battle … the same things that a fighter does in a real fight. [T]He is the one who puts the fighter I usually fight in Oktagon.
“There was nothing more exciting than being in the square, with the real champion in Octagon …” – Halle Berry
Berry describes how he worked with UFC champion Shevchenko during a pre-filming session. “There was nothing more exciting than being in the backyard, being with the real ruling champion in Oktagon and learning from her and pinching her and teaching her the intricacies of combat.” “It was an honor,” Berry said. Berry then asked Chevchenko about the mentality of being a warrior.
“‘Dear God, please, please, movie gods. Show us, movie gods. Let her fight a movie … Please allow me to do all these activities I have done for a long time. It just kept on praying.
After watching InjuredWe hope Berry’s prayers are answered. The movie is set. Premier on Netflix, Worldwide, November 24 – Starting November 17, you can watch the movie in selected theaters.
Image Source Presented by Netflix