Actor Joel Kinnaman acquired a real style of New Orleans and Louisiana’s bayou nation for his July/August cowl story in Males’s Journal. From a visit to Frankie & Johnny’s, an iconic New Orleans bar and restaurant, to consuming Cajun-style crawfish, driving in an airboat, and taking in some jazz music, Kinnaman acquired the total NOLA expertise.
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The actor, who made his method to Hollywood stardom after breaking out in Sweden, has traveled far and broad throughout his profession whereas engaged on initiatives like Suicide Squad, Home of Playing cards, The Killing, and his new Apple TV Plus sequence, For All Mankind.
With all that journey, Kinnaman has seen some superb locations, however he holds New Orleans in particularly excessive regard.
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“There’s so many various sorts of cultures within the U.S. New Orleans is a type of locations with super-rich tradition,” Kinnaman says. “From the structure to the music, the meals, there’s an actual vibe. Then you definitely come out right here [to the bayou] and it’s one thing utterly completely different. I’ve by no means seen gators earlier than.”
Watch the total video for extra on Kinnaman’s journey by Louisiana, and take a look at his full profile for much more on For All Mankind and his journey to Hollywood.