Edgar Ramirez

Edgar Ramirez

Edgar Ramirez has described landeding the role of Bodhi in the remake of Point Break as 'magic'.

Ramirez has taken over the role of Bodhi after the departure of Gerard Butler from the film, while Luke Bracey is on board as Johnny Utah.

And the actor reveals that it is a movie that he has always wanted to be in, and a part that he has always wanted to play.

Speaking to Collider, the actor said: "I cannot believe that I’m making that movie. It’s almost magic, the whole thing.

"I remember I would always joke among my friends about a remake of Point Break. I would say, 'You know what? Whenever there’s a remake of Point Break, I’m going to do it.'

"But since it’s such a California movie, and especially the role of Bodhi was such a California rooted character, I thought I would not be the first choice for it.

"Then the fact that the movie was offered to me, because it’s taking on a world scale, and it’s precisely Bodhi, the character that I always wanted to play."

Point Break hit the big screen back in 1991, and was directed by Kathryn Bigelow.

Ramirez will be back on the big screen this summer in horror film Deliver Us From Evil, he has also completed work on Hands of Stone.


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