Machine Gun Kelly; Photo Courtesy of Instagram
Machine Gun Kelly; Photo Courtesy of Instagram

Machine Gun Kelly Shows Off His Gunslinging Skills In New Clip On ‘The Last Son of Isaac Lemay’ Movie Set

Machine Gun Kelly is teasing his role in the upcoming new film, The Last Son of Isaac Lemay.

The “Bloody Valentine” singer showed off his gunslinging skills in the new video he shared to Instagram on Thursday (Nov. 12).

“‘The Last Son’ 🎬🤠🐎 2021,” the rapper captioned the short clip.

MGK is filming The Last Son of Isaac Lemay, a western film directed by Tim Sutton. The movie also co-stars Heather Graham and Thomas Jane.

He previously teased the movie with a tweet on Twitter that said, “I’m living in the back of a saloon in Montana for the month shooting this cowboy movie, Heading out now to go meet my horse. wish me luck.”

Baker said that the movie is “HARRRD” and this movie marks his second lead role in a movie.

“The western we’re shooting is HARRRD. this is my second lead role in a movie. first one was playing @MrTommyLand in motley crue biopic The Dirt, i’m so stoked,” said MGK.

He also teased he outfit for the movie in a snowy scenery on October 18. He also mentioned that the movie is going to be very snowy.

He also is expected to ride a horse named R-2 in the film.

According to Republic World, The Last Son of Isaac LeMay will be set in the Sierra Nevada in the 19th Century. It features Sam Worthington as LeMay, a murderous outlaw cursed by a terrible prophecy. He hunts down his offspring to prevent his own murder and targeting his son Carl, essayed by Colson Baker. With bounty hunters and the cryptic Sheriff Solomon (Thomas Jane) on their trail, all are set on a collision course toward a brutal game of cat-and-mouse. Heather Graham will be seen as Anna, Carl’s mother.

The movie is produced by Andre Relis, Luke Schuetzle, and Jibs Polhemus. It’s expected to be released sometime in 2021.

MGK previously appeared in The King Of Staten Island, The Dirt, and Bird Box.

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