Bullet Train stars share life lessons from Thomas the Tank Engine
High-speed train (mild) spoilers follow.
High-speed train is speeding into cinemas in the coming days, bringing together a star-studded cast for unbridled action on a high-speed locomotive.
Of course, there’s an extremely popular railroad franchise that’s been around for almost 80 years (thanks in part to game modders and this musical theme) and High-speed train pays homage to this. The character Lemon, played by Brian Tyree Henry, compares each character to someone Thomas the Chariot Engine as a means of judging their characters.
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Addressed exclusively to digital spyactors talk about how Thomas influenced their lives beyond the film, from the things they say to life lessons.
“I think Lemon is right,” Joey King said. “I think Thomas is a great way to describe how to read people. In fact, in my life, I’ve used the words, ‘No, they’re Diesels’ so many times since I made this movie.”
“Keep moving, stick to the schedule because the next station you have to get to,” Aaron Taylor-Johnson said as his life lesson, while Tyree Henry joked, “Shoot first, ask questions later. , that’s Thomas right? others as you would have… that’s the Bible.”
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High-speed train also includes Brad Pitt, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, rapper Bad Bunny, Zazie Beetz, Karen Fukuhara, Logan Lerman, Masi Oka and Sandra Bullock in its ensemble cast, while Deadpool 2 director David Leitch was behind the camera.
The plot centers on a gathering of hitmen and assassins on a bullet train from Tokyo to Kyoto. As you might expect, things get pretty complicated pretty quickly.
High-speed train hits UK cinemas on August 3 and US cinemas on August 5.
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