'The Expendables 3' star Antonio Banderas claims his natural ability to fight helps him with action roles.
Antonio Banderas says fighting comes ''naturally'' to him.
The 53-year-old actor, who plays Galgo in 'The Expendables 3', insists it was easy for him to slip into character and his love of sport helps in action roles which require ''certain abilities''.
Talking to collider.com, he explained: ''I have a rifle, and I use a lot of fighting skills that I learned years ago. I tried to do as much as I could. I have certain abilities. I think I am good in the department of body language and fighting, and stuff like that.
''It's just natural to me, maybe because I love sports. As long as you have a good choreographer for that, and we did, it's relatively easy to get into that world, for me.''
Banderas admits he questions the roles he gets as he ages but, at the same time, he enjoys taking on the challenge.
He added: ''You have to be in good shape, basically. And then, you have to have a certain craziness, if you're going to do some of the action things. I did something that I shouldn't have done. I'm in my 60s now, and just running almost 50 meters with explosives going on, it was kind of like, 'Oh, my god! What am I doing here?' The whole entire building was shaking, and stuff like that.
''But, you do it. At the same time, I just wanna do it if I have the possibility of laughing a little bit at myself.''
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