I hadn't even heard of it at the point at which I got involved with this movie.
So [writer-director] Jeta [Amata] comes to me and says, "This is what I'm doing — I want you to come to Nigeria." So I went to Nigeria. I shot my part of the movie and learned a tremendous amount and had a great time.
The film, also starring Mickey Rourke, Kim Basinger and Anne Heche, comes out Friday in theaters and on VOD and i Tunes.
oil exec and demanding that his company stop destroying their land.
I was like, "I'm sorry — I'm stuck on the zombie thing." But the zombie thing did pretty well.