The brand new ABCs of Death 2 has just released, and Eric Jacobus stars in the very first segment out of the gate “A Is For…”, directed by E. L. Katz. Channeling his inner Bruce Campbell, Eric demonstrates the real-world problems of being a hitman for hire. Fans of Eric’s physical comedy won’t want to miss it. You can some some footage from the segment in the featurette below, or go rent ABCs of Death 2 on Youtube here or on Amazon here.
It’s out! And best of all, you can watch all the episodes at once (playlist here)! Also be sure to check out Death Grip stuntman Bryan Cartago as one of the bar goons in the first episode. I come in during episode 2, and my main stuff (including my fight) is in the final episode, but don’t let that stop you from watching the entire thing from beginning to end – it’s really good. Enjoy!
Here’s the latest trailer for Mortal Kombat Legacy Season 2, in which yours truly plays the role of Stryker. Season 2 airs on September 27th, when all episodes will release at the same time.
The Mortal Kombat Legacy Season 2 trailer is out, and I have the honor of playing the Stryker character in the new episodes. Check out the trailer, and sit tight – the real episodes are coming soon!
(Check out Season 1 here. MK fans will not be disappointed.)
Media Mikes’ has just posted my interview on their site where I talk about my role in Mortal Kombat Legacy Season 2 as Stryker. There are a few other tidbits in there too, including my announcement of our next project Marine Core. We’ll be making an official announcement in the coming weeks.
Check out the interview here: http://www.mediamikes.com/2012/12/eric-jacobus-talk-about-playing-stryker-in-mortal-kombat-legacy-2/
I’ve had the honor of being asked to play the part of Stryker for Mortal Kombat Legacy – Season 2.
Stryker character bio
Press release for Eric Jacobus as Stryker
On the right is a pic of me as Stryker, director Kevin Tancharoen, and Casper Van Dien (Starship Troopers) as Johnny Cage. I’ll show more pics as I’m allowed to post them. In the meantime keep your eyes peeled for more press releases. And be excited!
Series is set to release second quarter of 2013.
The Jace Hall Show recently showcased an episode featuring Cung Le and The Stunt People (as ninjas) going head to head. Action starts at 4:45.
We shot the vid with Todd Roy in 2007 as part of a short film that eventually found its home on The Jace Hall Show.
Mary Stark directed this documentary about stuntmen and features interviews with Eric Jacobus, Edward Kahana, and Shaun Finney.
Illusion of Danger: Stuntmen from Mary Stark on Vimeo.