“Are you back to work yet? You were in London recently,” a reporter for USA Today
“No – aside from the website, which is probably been more work than I’ve ever done on any movie set. There was some work things over there, but no, I’m not filming anything,” Chris said. “People are still taking meetings. We’re doing a lot of talking about work, about when work will get up and going.”
Next up for Chris is the Netflix thriller The Gray Man and he was asked if he’s been staying in shape while in quarantine.
“Quarantine has actually lended itself nicely to getting in fighting shape. There’s nothing else to do. I, like most people, when in quarantine happened was like, ‘Oh, I should order some weights online.’ And apparently every single weight in the United States of America was purchased, and to try and just get a couple of dumbbells would take six months. So it’s been a lot of Rocky-type workouts of lifting just heavy objects around my house,” he said. “I waited like six weeks for these weights and then one showed up. I was like, are you kidding me? So depressing.”
Check out the super kind thing that Chris recently did for a brave little boy.