We caught up with No One Lives’s actor and WWE superstar Brodus Clay on the red carpet- for a full interview on the film click here. Clay’s an adamant film fan and has a particular affinity for the horror and sci-fi genres; he was fortuitously paired with former Godzilla director Ryuhei Kitamura on the project, and he liked the throwback horror approach.
“I like how the style of the film was,” says Clay. “All the special effects were done in an old school manner: make up, blood, gore and real stuff. It wasn’t digitally enhanced. It was a straight up old school horror movie.”
Clay’s WWE character was a heel at the time of the shoot, and he enjoyed playing a villain. He wouldn’t drop any hints towards his ultimate demise in the film but simply referred to it as “the scene.”