The actor behind Devil May Cry's # 39; s Dante was reportedly shot six times while he was shooting in Guatemala. Fortunately, he's fine.
According to the voice behind the devil hunter, Steve Copeland, while shooting a documentary called Vision of the ages with Reuben Langdon, an armed man reportedly approached the vehicle and attempted to open the passenger door.
Reacting, the car in which everyone was taking off, but as she tried to escape, the gunman opened fire and unleashed what Copeland said: at least six shots. Fortunately, no one was injured, even though Copeland reveals that the bullets have almost failed to hit Langdon in the passenger's seat.
Once safely, Copeland filmed a video telling the story and showing the damage to the car.
"The message we are transmitting is both old and future," wrote Copeland in a message that accompanied the message. "This is the time when we are one human family to restore our common home, regenerate and see peace come to life on the earth Some people do not want this to happen, but it is predestined and will happen whatever their attempts to preserve it. " event.
I'm so happy to have my bulletproof coffee this morning! ☕️ pic.twitter.com/Ten18gvWQu
– ??????? (@ReubenLangdon) February 16, 2019
As you may know, Guatemala has one of the highest crime rates in the Western Hemisphere, including high rates of homicide and gun violence. In other words, what Copeland and Langdon have experienced is not incredibly out of the ordinary in some areas of Latin America.
That said, as you can see on the video, both are very lucky not to have been hurt, as some balls are about to hit them.
At the time of publication, no one knows if the shooter was identified or detained.
On a less terrifying note, Copeland's latest project, Devil can cry 5, is about to come out in less than a month on March 8 on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
To learn more about the highly anticipated title, do not miss our previous cover of the hack-and-slash action game by clicking here.
Thank you, reset the era.