Bad Bunny takes stab at ‘Bullet Train’ movie role

Experiencing childhood in a humble community in Puerto Rico where he functioned as a basic food item bagger, the rapper known as Bad Bunny had large longs for making music, yet films.

The music dreams have worked out for Bad Bunny, a double cross Grammy Award-winning worldwide genius. What’s more, this month, Bad Bunny hit his film objective with his most memorable significant film job in the movies hit “Slug Train.”

It’s a scene-taking appearance that Bad Bunny, 28, would never have envisioned: He plays the Wolf, a professional killer attempting to kill Brad Pitt’s opponent professional killer, Ladybug, on a Japanese rapid train.

“I have consistently envisioned about making motion pictures and acting,” Bad Bunny told USA TODAY as of late prior to strolling the “Slug Train” pink floor covering for his most memorable Hollywood debut. “Be that as it may, I never under any circumstance had a fantasy where I was attempting to kill Brad Pitt in a film scene.”

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Terrible Bunny models for a representation at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. He stars in the activity parody film “Shot Train.”
Cross that off the list of must-dos for Bad Bunny, who has spent the beyond seven weeks on the Billboard 200 graph with his most recent collection, “Un Verano Sin Ti” prior to starting off his properly named World’s Hottest Tour last end of the week in Orlando, Florida.

After a squint and-you’ll-miss-it appearance in “F9” and a job as Mexican medication dealer Kitty Páez in Netflix’s “Narcos: Mexico,” Bad Bunny seized the opportunity to play the retribution chasing, blade employing Wolf. Credited under his genuine name, Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, he articulates not many words, however flaunts amazing trick battling with Pitt in their climatic fight.

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“It was serious, three weeks of preparing and battling, preparing with a ton of actual activity and movement,” says Bad Bunny, who demands neither one of the entertainers endured a shot in the screen fight. “No one was harmed. Perhaps it was the adrenaline. In any case, I could not have possibly minded assuming I had been wounded by Brad Pitt.”

Chief David Leitch attributes Bad Bunny’s viable execution to his dance capacity.

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Ladybug (Brad Pitt, left) and the Wolf (Bad Bunny) tussle on a fast vehicle in chief David Leitch’s activity parody “Projectile Train.”

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