The Spirit director Frank Miller and star Samuel L. Jackson, who plays The Octopus, talked to the Los Angeles Times about the Christmas Day release. Here are several clips about the fighting in the film:
The biggest differences between “The Spirit” and “Sin City” or “300″ are the romances and the cartoon combat; the Spirit and Octopus both have a sort of Wile E. Coyote invincibility by the time they duke it out and they whack each other with cinder blocks, spanner wrenches and even a toilet with a jolly unreality that makes the film seem something like “The Mask” meets “Green Hornet.” Jackson said it was a giddy time on the set filming the escalating mayhem.
“There are some great scenes where we just go at it,” Jackson said, although he added that Miller found a way to keep the loopy universe true to itself. “Frank knew what he wanted to do. You look at this movie and you can tell it’s his. Nobody else would make this movie this way, which is why he’s doing movies now.”
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Source: Los Angeles Times