The cold steel knife star of the movie “Cold Steel Knives” says he feels “good” after the movie went on to gross more than $250 million in global box office.
Steele, who played Steve Rogers in the film, made the comments while promoting the upcoming documentary film “Robert Steele: The Making of Cold Steel Knife.”
“I feel great,” Steele told Fox Business Network host Stuart Varney during a recent interview.
“I’m actually in the process, really, of getting it over it.
It’s been a long journey.
I don’t know if it’s been for me, but I feel great.”
In the movie, Steele plays a wealthy businessman who hires a knife-wielding rogue who wants to sell him an illegal weapon.
The film, starring Josh Brolin and Michelle Williams, earned more than 2.4 billion worldwide.
The actor, who is the nephew of the late director James Cameron, said he has been a fan of Cold Iron Knife since it first appeared in 2001.
“I was watching ‘Cold Iron Knife’ and I just fell in love with the knife,” he said.
“The story is a bit dark, but it’s still fun to watch.”
He said he’s still waiting for the movie to be released, but he plans to buy a copy soon.
“It’s not a big deal to me because I know what I’m doing.
I’m in the midst of getting the book out, which is going to be very hard to do,” he told Varney.
Stacey and Steedles children were not present during the interview.