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Bob Odenkirk is far from nobody in his newest film Nobody. From the same creators as John Wick, Hutch Mansell must face the demons of his past and protect the people in his present.

Emmy Award winning actor Bob Odenkirk stars in the new thriller, Nobody, as a father who left his world of danger behind to start a family, but the past is now catching up with him.

Odenkirk is famously known for his starring role in Better Call Saul, the spin-off of the Golden Globe and Emmy-winning series, Breaking Bad.

In his sit down with Celebrity Page TV Correspondent Rachel Smith, Odenkirk's character was compared to Clint Eastwood's Harry of Dirty Harry. Flattered, Odenkirk expressed he did take inspiration, however Hutch Mansell is much more relatable and much less cool than Harry.

"I did think about Clint Eastwood a lot because I liked his simmering rage and I felt like some version of that, with my voice, I could simulate."

A Possible John Wick Crossover?

Coming from the same creators and production team as John Wick, Smith wondered if Odenkirk could ever see a potential teaming up between himself an Keanu Reeves. Odenkirk responded,

"That would be a joy and a treat. I've met Keanu a couple times 'cause we've trained at the same gym. As you said, it's the same production team who do 'John Wick.' I would love to do a crossover, but I don't know if it'd be right for John Wick. John Wick is in Paris and New York and, I don't know, I think Hutch is more in Philadelphia or Winnipeg. Let's just get on the phone with each other."

Directed by Ilya Naishuller and written by Derek Kolstad, Nobody comes out in theaters on March 26th.

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