High Heat Interview: Diamond Dallas Page on Playing a villain!


    Page talked about working with Don Johnson, his deleted scene from the Rat Race and more.

    Ana (Kurylenko), who is an ex-KGB operative and turned chef, is targeted by a local mafia in a hit on her new restaurant to collect her husband’s debt, reads the film’s synopsis. Ana must now count on her killing skills in quest to exploit the entire crime syndicate one-by-one to save her restaurant and stay alive in this action-packed crime thriller.

    Tyler Treese: Your eyes will be sharp in this movie. You have this great suit on. What did you like to play that villain? He likes to feel calm.

    If I don’t do anything, I always get into the backstory: Who is this person? He’s a little bit of me, is it? What did you find out about him here? That’s really fun, create this story, and understand that person. What is my relationship? Usually my kids did something like that: Oh my God, but that’s my kid. After a while, you try to laugh, but you breathe a bit.

    Before I began doing this job, I started a relationship with guys who became gangsters because I was a gangster, and knew guys who were good friends of mine. I’m from Jersey, so I couldn’t be around; so I knew people who were involved in this business. That’s the whole attitude I followed at that guy: Don’t take it too seriously. Then what I liked about the director Zach [Golden] Tyler, you said you’d grown up watching me. So many of the children that were all 5 and 7 years old now are 35 and 36, and 37 – but it has gone on. I was born in their twentys to a big fan. So all the ages between 35 and 55 are up now, you know? They started watching me grow up and then they saw what they’re doing with that. It’s just something very fun.

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    There’s really some great comedy in the film. I didn’t expect it to be so funny. You mentioned a relationship with your son, which is very funny. How did that work out his suffering from a crush?

    I hope God, first, he was a very sweet guy. I said, Bro, I’ll just play this straight, just like my plans would be to react in this scenario. And he’s like: Dude, I love her! Just join them. So he enjoyed the banter. That’s that. In that car there are very serious moments where he is actually scared and a lot of guys are in real relationship with his old man, with whom they feel like they could never do anything. I thought that Mick was the character of the character. This was funny. There’s a problem with the first scene that’s been getting massage, and the way I react during this massage. I thought that the person who did an unbelievable job was the people who was masseuse, who played Gary [Jackie Long]. I love how everybody has fun with their role.

    Don Johnson, you have some screen time. How was she as a person-friend?

    Amazing. And even if I’m honest, I was Don Johnson. I’ve never been intimidated by a real person. I was pushed to head, but we just ran in. The script wasn’t yet available. I knew my line, I knew everything, but nagging. After one and a half years, he just goes, Hey, you get that. And she gave me a hug and it hit me. I’m a red light guy. You painted a red light on me, like I am now at, let me go, you know what I meant. I’ll deliver the goods. When we hit that scene, he looked at me. She went wildly at me. That was excellent. He’s pretty old. I saw all the work he did. He did all this work in three days.

    Everybody was shot around Don and he’s so proud of him. Who should have run in the 80s better than he does? Nobody. Like many big stars, eventually you don’t see him as much and they get typecast. Then he comes back with Watchmen and freaking Knives Out, and all those other flicks that he did. I mean, this guy is still a big movie star at 73. He looks fantastic.

    This was an interesting role for you because often times the time they have a former wrestling teacher there they throw together fight scenes, only to get them to join them. Do you do an ounce of gold unless you do it? For this question, we realized that this wasn’t a big fight for you. Had he felt that you were here because he was talented and not just because he was a wrestler?

    Yes, bro. Because, for me, I’m done with that. I have to do some, once in a blue moon, but it will not come before in a single day. In two months, I’ll be 67 and in the next few months it’s all about how I hold hold on time. Jordan Levine I don’t always tell anybody. It’s not always about who you know or who you know. It’s about whos willing to say they know you. Who knows when to call you and take a phone call? That’s what happened in this scenario. Jordan Levine is the director of production and Jesse (Korman), his partner. The guys, who went by the name of Jesse recently, knew me in LA. They said I never talk about myself, but for the least! So we have to go and see this one.

    And to me that was that I hadn’t had to audition or do anything because they knew I could nail it. Just to play that relaxed version. And I gave Zach because he wanted me to give him different cakes and different ways he would react. I loved the choices he used, because less is more when you are 64 pounds old than you are. Countless is even more. I watched it, and it was hard for me to have a look at my own stuff. If I don’t think it’s at least good, I will never watch it again. I haven’t watched all of this, but I know it was at least good, so I know it wasn’t good at all.

    I talked to Bill Moseley, co-star of Devils Rejects. He told me this wonderful story about how you kicked her in one scene, and he said, Ow! And then they brought in padding for her, so she kicked harder and she was like, it was so terrible the second time she had it with this padding. Are you at the moment at the same time, and what are your memories?

    Oh God, I love Bill Moseley. When I was filming the scene, which became a montage in the bedroom, I liked doing it and Rob didn’t use it. And I told her, I go, Rob, why didn’t you use that spot? Didn’t this come off right? He goes, no, it was amazing, but you were too funny. I look like you were funny. We’ve got a lot of funny people doing well. I wanted somebody who is straight badass, and that’s what I decided to use. So then I found it. Sid, who looked like an ‘next killer’, was very weak. Between me and Bill I think that I spend all the time with Sid, because I like it. And Bill might’ve lost a bit of a kick. Even the character of Bill Moseley likes to be totally unforgettable. Devils Rejects is a rooster dog.

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    I spotted this funny outtake from Rat Race where youre throwing around Cuba Gooding Jr. I thought it was so funny. Did you remember filming that?

    First of all, Cuba was amazing, but the idea was my first one, that the bed was cut down and they were together in the bed for everybody, when he was watching Rat Race race on the opposite side. He has lost his clothes and sees this house going up the road. He starts running after the house, is in the house, the bedroom and the box is moving like this. When the house gets into the wrong place, he jumps and wakes Kimberly and his wife of the time who wakes him up, who pops up and speaks of a deep cry. The crowd in Cuba is screaming and screaming. Kimberly! I hit the door at Cuba, he is flying, goes over his Murphy bed, and he leaps into the wall and I pull him to the wall or the wall or the Murphy bed and they are wrapped up in one another.

    Oh God. There’s a different level of funny. You! Cuba sold it unbelievably, and of course I didn’t beat him that spot. And that’s why it didn’t get used, so when they showed the scene they didn’t like watching Cuba get his aces. It was why they ended up not using the film because it was amazing. I actually got a letter from the director, I can no remember his name now, but he told me he was worried because he loved that scene and he was so upset I wouldn’t be able to shoot that again. That was really funny. If anybody did never see it go to now that you said that, then I would have actually pulled that up and put it up on my page, because it’s such a big place.

    If you are feeling well, you’ll stay busy. You’re a great speaker, do your DDP yoga and all your other ventures, but what would your acting future look like? I know that you have some upcoming roles lined up and some postproduction.

    What I worked was one of my own projects. When someone ever saw The Resurrection of Jake the Snake in 2014, we released him. This is a documentary that didn’t have much effect on it. Recently, I was approached about making a movie from a scripted movie that will end up on a big screen, and they love the story. So that’s something I really excited about. Another show, which we started to film, and its a docu-series, and its called Change or die. We bring up 5 people the same house where we shot! Have you ever seen the revival of Jake the Snake?

    Yes. Watch a beautiful documentary.

    Yeah. Phenomenal. I have 6 rooms, but I have a house. I do not live in there anymore, but I kept that. I brought five people in to Change or die, so our results aren’t true. I think that was not normal production. We do DDP yoga; and if anyone wants to learn more about DDP yoga, it’s called yoga, for people who don’t get caught up doing yoga. It got me to shake on it, which affects everything. It doesn’t matter as much as its workouts. It’s cooking, because it shows the people how to eat real food, like this, because people don’t have a good idea. That all the inspirational stuff is, like you said, the author. I do that for kids, big corporations and for everything on my Facebook site.

    There’s always something up there. The people are safe and accountable. Change or Die caught up with five people and brought them into the house for a period of four months. For last four months, did it be about weight loss? Yes, but it is not complete. Was it about helping people beaten and broken up? One thing is the first. Did that teach them how to eat authentic food? Sure, but no one. What you’re seeing is the six-inch piece of real estate in between your ears. It’s about this story you tell yourself. He plays a major role in giving us a better voice. And the results were unbelievable. And because we were a full-blown production company, we kept filming when we finally finished the filming. Do you remember how Butterbean goes? Do you know boxer?


    He was so bad that he was walking around as fast as this, so he was still there and hunched up, like couldn’t get past there, could’ve done this. His back, his hips, everything were so bad, and they didn’t allow him to take care of him until he got under 300, but now he hasn’t been under 300 since he was 8. And with him, he had this challenge, and helped him heal him. If you see where he is today, it will blow you down your mind. One more person was Marcus Bagwell, and his dealing was with addiction and being overweight, but weight wasn’t a thing which made him feel like eating real food and causing him to change that story because he didn’t think he was an addict. It’s unbelievable. But where Marcus is today is unbelievable. What kind of thing happened to Jake.

    There are three regular people coming in, two women and a young boy who has a heartbeat. Her name is Taylor. It’s a crazy story. I’m about to fill the first floor, because there’s five rooms for the trainer in there, when I can’t be there. And one friend of mine sends me and used to work with TMZ he sends a text to me with the picture of a kid and says I wanted to get a year on your app. I want to give it to this child. TikTok. He’s really trying to lose weight. Do you want me to send a thirty-second instillable thing that he is able to do? And I hear you with a phone call, so I call him, am like, Jared, do you know this kid?

    He knows who the hell I am. I’m just trying to follow him. We will split it together. We’ll like to give her your app. I said that I think I’d have something better. Ask him his phone number. So he got his telephone number and gave it to Nadia, one of the producers who works for me. Nadia interviewed her. She calls me and said, Texas, we have to have this kid. I said “OK”, bring her in. She’s number 5 of those. For the sake of being there, the most affluent in the world, he believes that he’s 466 pounds. When the needle goes up and down and you look at the scale of your weight, the needle will carry this back and forth. You really don’t score a true level. But he believed in himself 466. He felt better if he was losing weight.

    Then hes re-adjusting the scale, and when everybody comes out, we weigh them, measure them and passed the entire lineup for what we needed for the later stage of the show. He was looking down, but I went, he didn’t look down. The scales will talk to you. He’s going, right? We go. You’ll speak with me. I said, only stood there. There’s also a load of 513 pounds. And then he had a broken leg, and started to cry. I looked good, Bro. It isn’t 583 pounds. So, that’s the beginning. That’s it. I go, it’s going to change. His transformation was unbelievable over a five-month period. But remember, I told you, we continue to film, and as we continue to film and watch, we realize that he’s a food addict. If you have addiction problems, lie, steal, cheat. You can become addicted. I know I’ve been around this entire life. He needed to do everything on his own or by Marcus. The results of these stories, like those we have, are unbelievable.


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