You’d be forgiven for associating the name “Luke Goss” solely with 80s boy band Bros, of which he was a founding member. Yes, for six glorious years, Bros was the place to be for denim jackets, sexy twins, pop anthems and haircuts you could set your watch to. But all eighties fluff aside, Luke Goss has actually spent the larger part of his career carving out a name for himself as an actor. Working largely stateside, Goss has clocked up an impressive thirty films since 2000 appearing most notably in two Guillermo del Toro films, Blade II and Hellboy II: The Golden Army. But new Brit release Interview with a Hitman marks a return to the spotlight as well as the UK. We checked in with Luke to catch up on all the latest Goss. Ahem.
The wait is over. The moment has finally come. A ski film starring Michael Madsen, Kellan Lutz AND Luke Goss. Well, actually the moment came three years ago, but whatever. The real question is, what is Luke Goss of Eighties band Bros fame doing in this film? And why do people have names like ‘Kellan Lutz’?
“Blood Out” – Mexican Mafia Motto: To blood out is a requirement to leave a gang. To join, “blood in”, you must kill someone. The only way to leave, “blood out”, is to be killed yourself.
For a film that opened with crack, tits and hip-hop Blood Out was more than a little disappointing.