Back in 2011, Guinness Book of World Records Armstrong considers Armstrong to be the most prolific stuntman of all time. If anyone knows about action, it’s this man who has worked as a stunt coordinator or actor on over 100 projects, including several James Bond films, superheroes like “” Thor” and “The Amazing Spider-Man,” and films by filmmakers including Martin Scorsese, Paul Verhoeven, David Lynch, and of course, Steven Spielberg. Although Armstrong is not credited for his stunt work on “The Rings of Power,” he has the title of “action director” on the first two episodes of the show and is the second unit director for all of the shows. all six episodes so far.
As random as the “Indiana Jones” connection is, it’s no surprise that a seasoned action pro worked on scenes from “Udûn”. The episode’s battle – and the awesome chase on horseback – come together spectacularly for an hour to deliver the ultimate level action in two episodes before the season’s end. “Vic is really just this classic British filmmaker and a pleasure to be with,” Ames said, describing one of his scenes in the episode as “a classic British horse battle.” .
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