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Report: Conor McGregor to feature in upcoming Road House remake

Conor McGregor is defined to create his Hollywood debut in the forthcoming remake of the favorite 1989 Road House.

Per a written report by Deadline, McGregor will star alongside Jake Gyllenhaal in the Prime Video reimagining of the Patrick Swayze classic that is to be directed by Doug Liman who has previously helmed famous brands Swingers, The Bourne Identity, and Edge of Tomorrow.

The remake will feature Gyllenhaal being an ex-UFC fighter who’s employed as a bouncer at a rough Florida Keys bar, but who soon unearths a criminal plot. McGregors role remains unknown nonetheless it is understood he’ll be playing a genuine character, rather than appearing as himself. The project is defined to get into production in the Dominican Republic this month and can later be released on the Amazon Prime platform.

Deadline reports that several Hollywood producers have attemptedto convince McGregor to become listed on their projects but he hasnt yet found the proper fit, but after watching the initial film he became thinking about the role and discussed it with producer Joel Silver the producer of The Matrix and Lethal Weapon franchises, and also the Swayze-led original Road House.

McGregor has previously been seen on the big screen because the centrepiece of the successful Notorious documentary, and had previously rejected a job in Shane Blacks Predator.

Conor McGregor is quite excited to expand his storied career to Hollywood, a representative for McGregor said, via Ariel Helwani. While fighting remains his top focus, this is actually the beginning of another successful venture in the McGregor empire. He could be eager to begin filming.


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