‘NCIS: New Orleans’ Alum Lucas Black Describes Only Way He Can Find ‘Inner Peace’

by Samantha Whidden
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NCIS: New Orleans alum Lucas Black took to his Twitter account on Monday (December 6th) to reveal to his followers how he can find his “inner peace.”

“The only way to have inner peace is to invite Jesus into your heart,” the NCIS: New Orleans star wrote. “No matter how much chaos is going on around us, we can have peace when we know and trust Jesus.”

The NCIS: New Orleans alum’s tweet comes just days after he share details about his new filming project. As previously reported, Black took to Instagram to share some details about the mysterious new project. “This movie is about the importance of fatherhood. I am excited to be a part of it. I’ll be keeping you guys in the know as we progress on this journey.”

In an Instagram post over the weekend, Black spoke about the project’s work environment, calling it refreshing. “Everyone on this project is happy to be working,” he explained. “No one is trying to outdo anyone. And everyone pitches in to help when it is needed.”

The NCIS: New Orleans alum also notes that the film’s leaders have been clear about what the goals are. As well as the cast vision for all involved. “We want to create an entertaining movie that promotes me stepping up to be good loving fathers,” he explained. The actor adds that there isn’t any hidden agenda or surprising rewrites in the project. 

‘NCIS: New Orleans’ Star Lucas Black Shares Details About His Experience on the Set of ‘Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift’

During an interview with IGN, NCIS: New Orleans alum Lucas Black spoke about his experience on the set of the now widely popular action-packed movie Fast & the Furious: Tokyo Drift. When asked about what drew him to the role as Sean Boswell, Black stated, “You know, I’ve watched all of the Fast and the Furious films, and that’s really the type of movies I like to watch – action films; I don’t really watch movies a lot, but when I do I watch either action or comedy.”

The NCIS: New Orleans star then shared he knew the film would be cool for him. He also just wanted to be able to get in all the cars and drive them. “You know, that’s like a 23-year-old male’s dream, you know what I’m saying?”

When asked how familiar he was with drifting and racing cars before joining the film’s cast, the NCIS: New Orleans castmate admitted he never really heard of drifting at all. “I knew the concept of it when they told me, [but] I didn’t know that that’s what it was called,” he explained. The actor noted that he didn’t know that there was that kind of racing style out there. 

“But they told me about it and they told me I was going to learn how to do it,” Black continued. “And go out on the race track and be taught by the best out there that knows how to do it.”

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