MMA's sucker punch to cinematic arts
MMA Movie Moonlighting: Part 1 (of 5)
Actors want to be rock stars. Rock stars want to be actors. Athletes want to be actors. Nobody wants to be a writer.
Since the post-"Ultimate Fighter" explosion in 2005, Hollywood -- or more accurately, its zero-budget little brother, the direct-to-DVD market -- has tried to capitalize on the notoriety of mixed martial artists. Bean counters figure that if someone enjoys watching Georges St. Pierre in a real fight, they will enjoy watching ...
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