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Crank 2: High Voltage bizarre set photos

CrankII-Face.jpgI can't pretend for a moment to even guess what's happening on the set of Crank 2: High Voltage, the sequel to Crank (Filmstalker review), and what could possibly be in the minds of Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor from these new set photos.

Not only do they show a rubber masked caricature of Jason Statham, but also of his rival, and they're fighting, on a miniature set that makes them look huge. What?!

Honestly I really can't figure out what's going on here, and it could probably only come from the crazy action film minds of Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor.

You can see from the photos over at the L.A. Times through Coming Soon that they've got quite a few images of the big fight scene which is on a miniature set making both Chev Chelios and his enemy see incredibly tall, fighting around the electricity pylons.

Surely this must be a dream or drug induced sequence? It looks totally bizarre and I'm struggling to work out how it could possibly fit in the film...but then remembering back to Crank (Filmstalker review) I could hardly believe they managed to fit half that stuff into the film and make it work, and they did.

What do you think? Out of context, or does this just look way too over the top, even for Crank 2: High Voltage?





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