Hell, the tagline on the poster is even, "All guns. No control." The plot of the '70s-set action flick (out now) revolves around a gun deal gone south, with each player trying to shoot their way out alive over two hours of bullet-blazing mayhem. ET sat down with both Copley and Hammer at the film's press day to talk leading man status, going method and glorifying guns in movies.
"There's not a lot of people in the movie and everybody is shooting at somebody. So, there wasn't a single day that you were going to work where you weren't getting shot at or blown up or something," Hammer said of the shoot. "It was all tumultuous and f**king fantastic."
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ET: This is an insane movie and it must have been pretty insane to film.Read more at Entertainment Tonight