Thomas Jane comes on the Arrow in the Head Show to talk candidly about The Punisher 2004!


The great Thomas Jane was cool enough to give us some of his time and come on the Arrow in the Head Show, to talk honestly about his take on the iconic Frank Castle character in the 2004 The Punisher (gun down the embed above and enjoy).

That’s one thing we love about Jane; he’s a grounded, no BS kind of guy, which resulted in an earnest convo that shed some light on the why behind the Tampa location, the birth of the Dirty Laundry short and more! Lock and load a couple of cold ones and join us!

You can also sit in on our take on the film itself via the embed below. Written/Directed by Jonathan Hensleigh and based on the Marvel comic of the same name, The Punisher is about:

An undercover FBI agent becomes a vigilante and sets out to unleash his wrath upon the corrupt businessman who slaughtered his entire family at a reunion.

The film stars: Thomas Jane, John Travolta, Ben Foster, Laura Harring, Will Patton and Rebecca Romijn.

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