By Ray Pride

How Bodies Are Sculpted For The New 50-Year-Old Superheroes

‘A certain amount of wear and tear — these guys have had a stuntman’s life. Keanu has had knee, shoulder and back injuries, which add up. In Matrix, you see Keanu doing splits, kicking, jumping, using wires; in John Wick, because now we have gotten older and can’t take the physical abuse, we have modified the chorography to less punching and kicking and more contact stuff, more flips and throws and rolling around.”
How Bodies Are Sculpted For The New 50-Year-Old Superheroes

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What about replacing Mr. Spacey with another actor? Mr. Plummer, perhaps.
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