Boy Kills World: The Raid’s Yayan Ruhian trains Bill Skarsgard To Kill

Yup, you read that right, Yayan Ruhian will be in a new action film called Boy Kills World starring Bill Skarsgard and Jessica Rothe

Boy Kills World follows a deaf-mute guy named, Boy. When his parents are brutally murdered, Boy, sets out on a mission of murderous revenge. But first, Boy must travel to a remote jungle and train at the side of a mysterious elite warrior turned mentor (played by the great Ruhian). When ready, Boy must set out to get revenge on those who killed his parents.

Look at the featured image in the article. The size of Bill Skarsgard’s neck is just insane. He always comes across as quite a skinny-looking guy. This build he has for Boy Kills World is on par with Tom Hardy when he starred in Warrior. An absolute BEAST, just like his big brother was in The Northman


A dystopian fever dream action film that follows Boy, a deaf-mute with a vibrant imagination. When his family is murdered, he is trained by a mysterious shaman to repress his childish imagination and become an instrument of death.

Boy Kills World is directed by German filmmaker Moritz Mohr in his feature-length directorial debut with Arend Remmers & Tyler Burton Smith writing the screenplay.

It is produced by Sam Raimi and Roy Lee. it’s an American co-production between Raimi Productions, Vertigo Entertainment, Nthibah Pictures, & Hammerstone Studios.

Co-starring, Sharlto Copley, Michelle Dockery and Andrew Koji.

The cast is great but I am so happy to see Ruhian get more roles alongside some pretty big A-lister names. He is an extremely talented actor as well as a badass fighter and one of the best fight and stunt choreographers in the business. It’s great to see him in front of a camera rather than behind it. He plays a great bad guy and I am pretty sure he is gonna fit into the role of the mysterious mentor very, very well.

Listed as in post-production. Stay tuned for more information on Boy Kills World when I learn of the release info.


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