William Levy is making his mark in the American market with his new movie Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. In the film, Levy is joining Mila Jovovich, Ali Later, Ruby Rose and the rest of the cast for what he described as an “action rollercoaster.”
We spoke to the Cubano all about his role, how horror movies helped him get all of the ladies when he was younger and more. Read it all in our exclusive interview below:
Talk to us about your character Christian.
He’s one of the survivors that’s trying to save the world. He has a very strong character and doesn’t trust anyone. He’s not willing to back down without putting up a fight. It’s a very big opportunity that I had. He’s the troublemaker of the movie, I think. [Laughs]. When Mila’s character comes into the group, he’s the one that creates a tense atmosphere between all of them.
Would you say that you relate to him being a troublemaker?
[Laughs]. Not in the sense of being a troublemaker even though I do cause some trouble. I do think that I don’t trust anybody. I think in my life I’ve had experiences where I’ve learned not to trust anybody and really get to know people until I trust them. Sometimes I do have a strong character but I also like to be a hero. I like saving lives. At one point, I wanted to be a firefighter but thank god I ended up being an actor. [Laughs].
Maybe one day, you can do both.
I would love to one day.
What attracted you to the role of Christian?
First of all, the franchise. I already knew the franchise because I was a fan of it. I saw the movies before and then when they offered me the role, I didn’t have to think about it twice. I didn’t even care what kind of character I was playing in the movie; I saw a big opportunity for my career and I took it right away.
What was it like working with the rest of the cast?
It was fun! Mila is a great person. She is of course very talented as well as the rest of the cast. She’s also very humble. She is a very nice person that is always taking care of the people around her and making sure everyone is ok. She gave me a warm welcome and made sure that I felt at home. That made my job very easy.
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