For their new film, “Road House,” Conor McGregor recently shared his experience working with Hollywood superstar Jake Gyllenhaal. With the seasoned actor, the Irishman will make his acting debut in the 1989 classic adaptation that starred Patrick Swayze.
In an interview with Robbie Fox, McGregor revealed how the process of training and filming with Gyllenhaal went. The Irishman praised the Hollywood icon and said:
He’s a wonderful man. He’s a fantastic man. He and I had a great deal of patience with one another. We were aware of our strengths and what we might provide. Jake Gyllenhaal is now a close buddy of mine. We’re making a fantastic movie… I’m making the best use of the resources I have.
in my possession Since suffering a leg fracture against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264, Conor McGregor has been sidelined, but that will soon change. The long-awaited comeback of “The Notorious” will take place when he takes on Michael Chandler. The two guys will square off in the cage following the season’s conclusion on the upcoming season of The Ultimate Fighter as rival coaches.
Conor McGregor discusses his favourite aspect of the “Road House” filming process.
Conor McGregor recently said he’s grateful he got to experience the laborious process of shooting a feature film, calling it “backbreaking labour” on a movie set.
The former two-division champion admitted that although he is used to working hard in training camp for his fights, working on set made everything else appear relatively simple. In the same interview, McGregor expressed his gratitude for the experience:
“I enjoyed the procedure. It was quite difficult. I’ll tell you what I relished most: how simple everything else now seems. since memorising lines takes 15-hour days on the shoot. It takes a lot of effort since you have to practise and memorise the lines before you can appear on camera.
And I was performing my own stunts, he said. Nevertheless, quitting it, performing this show, attending training camp, getting ready for battles, and producing material for all these businesses look so much simpler.
Although there are no concrete information about Conor McGregor’s part in “Road House,” it is commonly believed that he has been chosen to play Jimmy Reno, the right-hand henchman of the film’s antagonist, who was originally played by Marshall Teague.