UFC fighter and soon-to-be actor Conor McGregor has nothing but praise Road house the remake is co-written by Jake Gyllenhaal. The upcoming remake, based on the 1989 cult film starring Patrick Swayze, was greenlit last August. Edge of Tomorrow director Doug Liman is at the helm. Earlier this month, Gyllenhaal filmed scenes for the film at the actual UFC 285 event in Las Vegas and was praised for his strong form and fighting skills.

Now Gyllenhaal’s co-star has joined in on the same praise Spider-Man: Far From Home actor. In the video from the source DailyMail.comMcGregor, who is about to make his acting debut in the film, Gyllenhaal is very “useful” during filming. However, when asked if McGregor had any plans for other acting roles, he said:really wants to get back into the fight” instead of. Check out his comments below:

A great man. A great guy. He is very patient and helps me. We’ve shot some good stuff for the film and can’t wait for it to come to fruition.

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Patrick Swayze at Road House

Despite critical acclaim and five Golden Raspberry Award nominations, including Worst Picture, Worst Actor, and Worst Director, Swayze Road house it still goes on to become a cult classic after its release on home video. Mainly with interest in the film that was created Swayze’s presence as the leading man and often cheesy and over-the-top action sequences also serve to make the 2006 direct-to-video sequel far less well-respected. Road house remains one of the most endearingly bad movies ever made.

And Gyllenhaal’s exact plot Road house a remake has yet to be revealed, the film has been suggested to follow a similar story with a modern twist. However, there are some changes that will inevitably set the new one Road house except the previous one. As the action moves from Missouri to the Florida Keys, Gyllenhaal’s character Elwood Dalton is portrayed as a former UFC middleweight who ends up working as an usher at a roadhouse where all is not as it seems.

Between McGregor’s involvement and former UFC fighter Jay Hieron’s involvement, it looks like the mixed martial arts championship is destined to play a major role in the new film. At Swayze’s Road house The action sequences often drew a certain degree of ridicule, the former A look at Gyllenhaal’s fighting form points to a more intense and realistic approach to the use of violence in the film. By all accounts, though, it remains to be seen what the finished product will look like Road house the remake is set to feature some impressive fight scenes.

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Source: DailyMail.com