Fourteen-year-old movie star Dakota Goyo would like to continue to act in movies. Someday the young star of the movie, "Real Steel," would like to work with Steven Spielberg. In the movie, in which human boxers have been replaced by robots, his character tries to convince his dad, played by Hugh Jackman, to train a robot boxer for a match. Although the young star has done both television and feature films, he intends on staying with movies. He would also like to work with Jon Favreau, the director of "Iron Man."
He does have an interest in superheroes, such as Iron Man and the Hulk. Dakota would also like to play in a western someday too, however. He said he loved the western, "310 to Yuma." He said in his movie the robots seemed like humans. They took on a personality of their own. He thinks there might be sequels for "Real Steel." He noted the movie has something in it for everyone. He remembered that the movie was heartwarming, but also had plenty of action. He added the movie had happiness, crying, and even screaming. He believes some of those who watch it will want to become boxers themselves.
The star has been acting for a long time. He was in a commercial as an infant. He does the voice of Jaime in the animated DreamWorks movie, "Rise of the Guardians." He has been in Disney movies and has had various television roles.
While he is still young, young Dakota Goyo seems to know what he wants for his career.