Remedial Actions star Brennan Mejia discusses the legacy of Bruce Willis: EXCLUSIVE

Legendary actor Bruce Willis’ career is coming to an end, and co-star in one of Willis’ final films, Brennan Mejia, shares his experience working with the action icon.

Brennan Mejia, known as Power Rangers Dino Charge, is among the star-studded cast in the sci-fi thriller Thriller Corrective Measures. The film is based on the graphic novel of the same name by Grant Chastain. Along with Willis and Mejia stars Michael Rooker and Tom Kavanaugh. The story takes place in the most dangerous maximum security prison in the world, where Mejia and Willis play the role of prisoners in the prison.

The characters eventually come face-to-face throughout the film’s run, and in an exclusive interview with The Illuminerdi, Mejia described the feeling of being scene partners with legendary Bruce Willis.

Brennan Mejia on screen sharing with Bruce Willis

“Honestly, it’s one of those things that you love as a young actor, I just want to be an employee. I just want to work and do what I love and be able to make a living. And some people, they think, as above, as if I was already planning For my speech when I’m on stage. I don’t even know when I’m going to book a job or anything. Then to hear the people in this movie, Michael Rucker, Tom Kavanaugh, Bruce Willis, I was blown away. I was like, ‘I’m really going to meet and work with these people.’ What the heck my life. “

Brennan Mejia, Illuminati Interview

“And Bruce, when he walks on stage, there’s just demeanor about him, and just attendance. And you’re like, OK, OK, I’m going to get my first game because you obviously don’t get much, like Bruce is the best. You know what I mean? You’re there with the guy, One of the elite. But then again, like I talked to Tom Kavanaugh, I did all the scenes with him before watching me with Bruce. Just being confident in your performance makes it easier for me.

I don’t usually get superstars in the normal sense, but I can respect when someone is so skilled in their profession. Like whoa, I want to be on my game so I don’t look stupid. I’d love to rise to the occasion versus dropping someone, you know what I mean? “

Brennan Mejia, Illuminati Interview

Remedial Actions star Brennan Mejia discusses the legacy of Bruce Willis: EXCLUSIVE - Illuminate

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This is one of Bruce’s final films. How does it feel to be part of such a legacy? You are part of a legacy, in a Bruce Willis movie. How do you feel when you are a part of that?

“I’m just an honour, frankly. Again, A, I never thought I’d work with someone as respected as Bruce Willis, and B, to be in one of his last films, it’s just such a blessing. He’s so amazing. I’m really grateful for this opportunity. And he shows me That if you keep working, acting is like this marathon. Some people are like sprints. They just showed up. They booked their first audition and suddenly they’re the lead on the show. But I notice that when it happens sometimes, when you get out of that show, if you start Young guy anyway, you don’t necessarily know, it’s a weird feeling to get into “normalcy”.

This disconnect exists because it’s completely different if you’re working on a set versus what life is like when you’re not. Hopefully, the job will give you the impetus in another job, but that’s not always the case. Years pass between jobs sometimes.”

Brennan Mejia, Illuminati Interview

Corrective Actions is among the final films of Bruce Willis’ career. The 67-year-old actor was diagnosed with aphasia, a language disorder that affects a person’s ability to communicate. corrective measures Now streaming for free on Tubi. You can watch the exclusive interview with Brennan Mejia below.

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