MJF speaks the Reduction of his Role in “The Iron Claw”

MJF speaks the Reduction of his Role in “The Iron Claw”
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Last week, the Von Erich family movie “The Iron Claw” was released with AEW World Heavyweight Champion MJF as one of the stars.

The drama was directed by Sean Durkin, who wrote the script, and A24 financed and produced it. The remaining actors were Jeremy Allen White, Zac Efron, Harris Dickinson, Holt McCallany, Maura Tierney, and Lily James.

Despite their wrestling prowess, the family’s reputation in Texas was undeniable. Lance Von Erich was portrayed by MJF. Later it was revealed Lance was a Kayfabe member. MJF is only seen in the movie’s theatrical showing.

Reduced in role while conversing with Liam Crowley on Wrestle-news. MJF spoke about the reason why one of his scenes was cut. According to him, there is a lengthy scene in the film that was co-produced by him.

There’s no question that there’ll be a long scene.” It’s unclear where it will be placed. In a certain scene with him, we both agreed that the film should be about brothers and have enduring success. Despite being fun, the scene didn’t fully convey the brothers’ struggles and their own personal struggles. It was not part of the puzzle.

According to MJF, Durkin produced all his footage and aligned with Durkins’ choices. He regarded the film as a masterpiece.

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