Thursday, August 21, 2008

‘Death Race’ Actor Admits It’s Good To Be Bad

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – One rough and tough action star admits it’s good to be bad.

Max Ryan – best known for his roles in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and The Box – stars in Death Race, an action flick about inmates in a brutal, deadly car chase, which hits theaters tomorrow (Aug. 22).

Ryan has played many villains throughout his career and says his experience as a bad guy comes in handy when he portrays good guys.

He explains, “When I’m a good guy I can stay one step ahead of the actor who’s playing my nemesis because I know exactly how bad guys think. I know their next move, so I can kick their ass easily!”

And bad guys get pretty sweet perks on the set.

For his “neo-Nazi” role in Death Race, Ryan got to drive a killer car which boasted eight machine guns on the hood that hammered away at his co-star Jason Statham.

Ryan says, “That car was like a shark. It was low, dark, and sexy. It was a shame to watch it get smashed up!”

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