Lewis Hamilton is all set to plunge into the world of action films after his retirement from Formula One, gearing up for his first action role. The actor has mocked blockbuster icon, Keanu Reeves, in his pioneering cinema franchise John Wick, who was spotted in Los Angeles exercising his stint on a set of mannequins. His efforts in the shooting range were impressive enough to keep the fans spellbound over his initial breakthrough, as Taran Tactical Innovations revealed, he ‘shoots as fast as he drives’.
A Mission for Lewis, A Challenge for Reeves
However, the 35-year-old icon posted in his official Instagram handle: ‘Excited to show you something I’ve started working on. I’ve always loved action movies and dreamed of one day being in one.’
He added, ‘This is where Keanu Reeves trains for his John Wick movies so I came here to start training for my first movie role. This is only day 1, was a super fun few hours in a safe professional environment.’ ‘Keanu, gimme a call, mans ready big thanks to @tarantactical and your amazing team for the time and patience with me. Had the best day.’
Gearing up to the Future Role
The post showcased his action skills in a second video where the star boasted, ‘Had to post this too as I’m still waiting for a call from Keanu re a role in John wick 4. ‘@michaelbjordan mans coming for your job lol #shootermcgavin#johnwick.’
In 2018, he teamed up with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Novak Djokovic for the Netflix film The Game Changers intended to dispel myths about plant-based diets.
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