‘I’m Gonna F**k You Up’: Bob Odenkirk Goes Wild In Epically Violent Movie Nobody

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‘I’m Gonna F**k You Up’: Bob Odenkirk Goes Wild In Epically Violent Movie Nobody

Bob Odernkirk has played many characters during his career that has casually spanned more than three decades.

But the actor's new movie puts him in a completely different light and we are totally here for it.

Nobody sees Odernkirk transform into Hutch Mansell for the action-thriller, which, judging by the trailer, is absolutely jam-packed with an enormous amount of violence.

Mansell is described as an 'underestimated and mild-mannered family man' who is 'unresisting to his life's hardships'.

But that all changes when two people break into his home and he doesn't try to defend himself or his family.

The plot description adds: "The incident ignites his resentment about being an unsubstantial father and husband; thus awakening his suppressed skills and illuminating his dark secrets."

When the R-rated trailer for the film dropped late last year, people were shocked and enthralled at seeing Odernkirk kick some serious a**.

One viewer wrote in reaction to the clip, saying: "This is like if John Wick and The Equalizer had a baby but that baby was raised by Ryan Reynolds."

The actor isn't the only one carrying the plot through to the end and he'll be joined by Connie Nielsen, RZA, Aleksei Serebryakov, Christopher Lloyd, Gage Munroe and Paisley Cadorath.

Credit: Universal Pictures
Credit: Universal Pictures
Credit: Universal Pictures
Credit: Universal Pictures

Odernkirk admitted it was daring to take on this role because it's unlike anything he's done before.

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, the 58-year-old said: "I get the s**t kicked out of me in this movie.

"I really wanted to go way far outside, like 180 degrees outside my comfort zone. Just commit to this guy, commit to his rage, and commit to his commitment to what he's doing."

And those fight scenes? Let's just say they're as fun to film as they are enjoyable to watch.

"I mean, I've never had that much fun since we wrote Mr. Show," he told EW. "It's a group effort. Anytime you see a fight sequence in a movie that has a bunch of people, as soon as they yell 'Cut!,' everyone laughs. There's all this interaction and group problem-solving that goes on."

Nobody is now available to watch in Aussie cinemas.

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Topics: Australia

Stewart Perrie
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