A big scare
RAW Superstar Kane, who plays Jacob Goodnight in the movie See No Evil, has received critical acclaim from his peers for his seamless transition to the big screen. Most WWE Superstars recognized that it was a natural fit for Kane to play the role of Jacob Goodnight. Kane, on the other hand, found some of the filming to be challenging.
"Because I am a monster, the scene with Jacob's mother was particularly difficult," admits Kane. "The character shows human feelings and actions, which was really tough for me because I'm not used to behaving like that."
The most heated discussion in the weeks leading up to the movie's release of was the debate over who is the scarier monster -- Kane or Jacob? The Big Red Monster offered a two part response, deciding to leave the reader with an image to ponder. "Jacob is an extremely scary movie monster, there's no denying that. But as Kane, I may be the scariest monster. Jacob allowed himself to be manipulated at times, but me, I'm always in control. I've been saying all along though, whether you think it's Jacob or Kane, just imagine how scary I'm going to look on a 30-foot screen."
Clearly, Kane is very proud of the work he did on See No Evil. He also took a lot of pleasure in filming the more graphic scenes. Kane was happy to fill us in on some of his favorite scenes. "My very favorite scene in the movie was with the policeman. I'm not gonna tell you what happens, but I will say it will take you by surprise. I also really enjoyed plucking people's eyes out. That never gets old."
If you've been reading up on the comments of the other WWE Superstars, you will have found that most of them were frightened by what they saw on the screen. Kane seemed to take extreme satisfaction in scaring his peers. "I can understand why everyone is so scared. They just aren't used to the things that I am. I have to admit, I actually related to the violence in this movie, and I enjoyed every minute of it. It was like living out my fantasy."
With the expected success of See No Evil, the buzz has already begun over the possibilities for a sequel. Kane is happy with the prospects. "I think there is a good chance we will see a sequel. I know that not only am I going to look forward to it, but I think everyone else will as well. You ain't seen nothing yet."
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