Danny Trejo's Animal Crossing Island Tour Video Is An Absolute Delight
The tough-guy actor from Machete and Predators loves catching butterflies and hanging out on the beach in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons has taken the world by storm, and has meant a lot to many who have been stuck in isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Danny Trejo, the iconic actor who starred in Machete and has featured in Predators, Breaking Bad, and much more, has been putting time into the game too--and now you can take a video tour of his island. The actor is famous for playing gangsters and tough guys on television and in films, but he also has a charming and cozy Animal Crossing village.
The video, which is part of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story writer Gary Whitta's "Animal Talking" series, gives us some insight into Trejo's island home. He sports a very modest one-room house, and is still on the first iteration of Nook's Cranny, but he's also earned the building permit and has put up roads and fences. For the record, he loves the Nooklings: "They keep giving me money."
Trejo, a famous cinema hardass, releases several butterflies from his pockets during the video, and when asked if he has any grudges against the animals on his island, he responds "they're all really good neighbors." He says that he makes most of his money from fishing and catching bugs.
You can watch the video below, and check out Trejo's adorable mini-recreation of Venice Beach and his taco stand.
Trejo's town flag is a tribute to the LA Rams, he says--another NFL team, the Detroit Lions, has been using Animal Crossing in its marketing.
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