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Lenny Kravitz

August 2016 Cover Story


How to be a Hero

If Jason Statham didn’t write the book on embodying the action hero, he certainly has mastered the art.

Last year, Esquire magazine ran Jason Statham on the cover of its “The Fun Issue,” and headlined the article “Jason Statham, for Your Amusement.” Fans of the British actor probably wouldn’t think immediately of “amusement” when they think of Statham’s film oeuvre—he built his cinematic reputation on a string of rough-and-tumble characters, from his role as the streetwise con artist Bacon in Guy Ritchie’s 1998 film Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels to Frank Martin in The Transporter films to Crank in 2006 and the villainous Ian Shaw in Fast and Furious 7—and even the reporter that interviewed him for the Esquire feature observed that Statham “somehow always looks pissed off, wrung out, put upon.”

 

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