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As a Registered Dietitian and strength coach, Marc’s philosophy is to keep it reasonable and feeling good. He started his journey when he lost seventy pounds in high school.The duo’s third wheel is Harvey Russell (Jeffrey Dean Morgan of the zombie drama “Walking Dead”), a macho federal special agent whose character is a cornpone cliché cleverly flipped on its head.Director Brad Peyton handles the action chops proficiently.The interspecies friendship hits a very rough patch when a crisis at a privately owned space station sends three canisters hurtling toward Earth.
One splashes down in the Florida Everglades close to an alligator, another in the Wyoming badlands near a wolf. The three animals rapidly grow exponentially bigger, tougher and more aggressive, instinctually uniting to knock gigantic chunks out of Chicago. Kate Caldwell (Naomie Harris), a disgraced genetic engineer, to stop the raging mutant beasts amid many counterproductive attacks by the military and various private militias.Condal, whose sly screenplay made Johnson a surprisingly entertaining “Hercules” in 2014.