“I had been a huge fan of the PoundHard TV show for years, but I was a little disappointed in the first few episodes,” says Martin.
“I think the first two episodes were so bad, it wasn’t what I thought it would be.”
“I didn’t really understand why I wasn’t enjoying it,” he says.
“The actors seemed to be doing something I couldn’t follow.
It wasn’t that I didn’t like the actors, I just didn’t get it.”
“But the third episode was one of the best I’ve ever done, which I thought was a really good thing, because the acting was really good.
So, I guess the first episode was OK, but that one episode was like, I’ve been doing this for 20 years and I’ve never done anything like that before, and I was completely hooked.
I was just really enjoying it.”
He continues, “Then the second episode, ‘Pledge of the Month’ was really fun, and then ‘Carry On,’ the third one, it was just great.
I had the same kind of energy.
I think the whole thing just just went in the right direction.”
“Pound Hard” star Chris Martin is a big fan of Christopher Martin’s new film, “PunchHard Entertainment” The actor and comedian, who’s been a big proponent of the new “Pounds” music video, said he was initially skeptical of the project.
“There were so many people saying, ‘Well, this isn’t the Poundhouse,'” he says, “and I thought, ‘What the fuck is this?
This is not PoundHouse.'”
“It’s really funny, because I had no idea it was going to be such a big deal,” he continues.
“It was the first time I had ever seen a Poundhouse video and I thought this is crazy.
Then I went and did the video and it was absolutely incredible.
This is awesome!” “
Chris Martin was kind of like, ‘I’ll see what happens,’ and I’m like, Oh, my god, this is awesome!
This is awesome!”
Martin says he also enjoyed watching the movie “The Poundhouse” with fellow comedian John Hodgman, and that he was impressed by the director, Paul Thomas Anderson, and how well he handled the film’s themes.
“Paul Thomas Anderson has done a phenomenal job,” he laughs.
“He’s a brilliant director and he’s got a really funny style, which makes the PoundHouse feel very fresh and different from what you would expect from a ‘Pounds’ video.”
Martin also praises Anderson for the way he handled Martin’s character, who is a young musician who falls for a woman he sees at a bar and starts to flirt with her.
“For me, it’s just really fun to play a young artist who is so self-absorbed,” he said.
“That’s really the heart of the character, because he’s just trying to fit in, but he ends up falling for this woman who’s just so smart and she’s just doing the most amazing things, and it just makes it all kind of really funny.”
“This is the kind of person that you would want to hang out with,” he continued.
“And it’s really a wonderful story.
I really think that the characters on the show are really real and authentic, and they’re all so funny and have this really interesting personality, and the way they react to this young girl and the young man and the older man is really funny.
It’s just a really cool story.”
The star also says he’s been impressed by “Pounce” director Paul Thomas and the “Pounding” music videos, and he was happy to see Anderson and the producers bring the series back to the small screen.
“They’ve really done a great job,” Martin says.
“[I’m] really excited about this, I’m really excited that they’re back on the small-screen.”
“The people who work at PoundHouse, the producers and producers and the show’s producers, they’re great people,” he concludes.
“Just so glad that they are back on television.
It is a wonderful show and a great production.
It just made me so happy.”
Martin is in the midst of shooting a new comedy project, “Fist of Fury,” which will be released on Netflix in May.
“Fists of Fury” stars Jon Hamm, Melissa McCarthy, Chris Evans, James Badge Dale, and David Schwimmer, and is scheduled for release on May 19.