According to actor Lucas Black, his new film Legacy Peak Hollywood attempts to push back against the current male-negative culture by doing something unheard of in current entertainment: presenting men, especially fathers, “in a good light.”
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Produced by Christian streaming service PureFlix, Legacy Peak Tells the story of Jason (Black) as he tries to make himself fall in love with his girlfriend Noel’s (Ina Barone) children, Ben (Roman Engel) and Sam (Kyle Bakker), before becoming an official member of their family.
With a Christmas trip to a remote cabin with Noel’s family on the horizon and hope of bonding with the kids, Jason offers to fly Ben and Sam on his private plane to their residence, an offer they make. Accept – the former enthusiastically, the latter reluctantly.
Unfortunately, an air crash causes the trio to make an emergency landing in the woods surrounding Titanic. Legacy Peak hill.
Alive but stranded, Jason, Ben, and Sam eventually accept that their only hope of survival is to make a three-day trek to the cabin, and as they prepare to test their luck in the unforgiving wilderness.
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Throughout his journey, Jason is shown to be loving and protective of Ben and Sam as if they were his own – a rare quality in modern entertainment.
According to Black, best known for his roles as Sean Boswell in The fast and furious franchise (starting with Tokyo Drift) and Special Agent Christopher LaSalle NCIS: New OrleansIt was her positive portrayal of fatherhood that attracted her to bring the character to life on the silver screen.
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“Legacy Peak Is Something” [men] One can sit with his family and watch and feel, ‘Ah, this finally puts us in a good light and appeals to our masculine qualities,’ the actor recently shared with renowned film critic Christian Toto. Said during an interview.
,[The movie] shows the importance of an earthly father,” Black said. “It’s cultural to have the messages you hear today, especially in entertainment.”
After being exposed to these messages for a long time, the actor said, that he was finally “knowing there has been an attack, an attack on a nuclear family… Men in our culture have been attacked. And that’s from entertainment.” falls apart.”
To this end, Black opines Toto, “we need to have a strategy and plan to counter that negative message about fathers and men.”
Of course, this ended their discussion about the actor’s latest project, Toto Black couldn’t let go without at least investigating whether there’s a potential comeback. Fast Suffrage was in his future.
“I haven’t had any phone calls,” Black admitted. “I’m good, whatever way they decide. I’ll read the script if they want me to.”
Legacy Peak Now streaming exclusively on PureFlix.
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