Exciting Boy Kills World Interview – Isaiah Mustafa & Andrew Koji (Video)

Andrew Koji holding a gun in Boy Kills World.

My interview with Boy Kills World actors Isaiah Mustafa and Andrew Koji, in which they talk about their chemistry on set, working on the film’s stunts, and understanding a certain language.

In Boy Kills World, after losing his family to a totalitarian regime, an anonymous young man named Boy (Bill Skarsgård) trains his body for two goals. The first, is to launch a one-man war against the regime. The second goal in Boy Kills World, is to kill the head of the regime, Hilda Van Der Koy (Famke Janssen) and her entire family (Shartlo Copley, Michelle Dockery, Brett Gelman).

Recently, I was able to actors Isaiah Mustafa and Andrew Koji (Warrior) – who play Boy’s allies in Boy Kills World – Basho and Bennie. Together, the two talked about their chemistry on set, what was it like to be involved with the film’s stunts, and what it was like to develop Bennie’s language.

Official Synopsis: Skarsgård stars as “Boy” who avows revenge after his family is murdered by Hilda Van Der Koy (Janssen), the deranged matriarch of a corrupt post-apocalyptic dynasty that left the boy orphaned, deaf and voiceless. Driven by his inner voice, one which he co-opted from his favorite childhood video game, Boy trains with a mysterious shaman (Ruhian) to become an instrument of death and is set loose on the eve of the annual culling of dissidents.

Bedlam ensues as Boy commits bloody martial arts mayhem, inciting a wrath of carnage and blood-letting. As he tries to get his bearings in this delirious realm, Boy soon falls in with a desperate resistance group, all the while bickering with the apparent ghost of his rebellious little sister.

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