Domhnall visited the Today FM radio station yesterday to promote Immaturity for Charity. You can (re)listen to his interview by going to this page. We also added two photos of him in the studios in our gallery.
‘About Time’ star chatted to Ray about the Richard Curtis film and about his new project ‘Immaturity for Charity’
The Irish heartthrob joined Ray in studio today to talk about his new campaign for charity, ‘Immaturity for Charity’.
We couldn’t let him go without asking him about those Rachel McAdams chemistry rumours.
Setting the record straight on his relationship with his ‘About Time’ co-star, Domhnall clarified: “there was enough love onset, we didn’t need to take it off set”.
He did reveal, however, that he used to get Rachel to record poetry so that he’d be able to listen to it in the mornings before work: “Her voice every morning was the first thing I heard, reading these beautiful lines of poetry and also reading the lyrics for this song which is in the film”.
He also said he’d love to work with director Richard Curtis again but that it doesn’t look like it’s going to happen: Curtis has said he won’t direct again.
Immaturity for Charity campaign
Domhnall is the man behind a new campaign called “Immaturity for Charity”.
It’s a collection of sketches featuring some talented Irish actors (including Brendan Gleeson, Amy Huberman, Hugh O’Connor, Robert Sheehan) being very funny in an attempt to raise some money for St. Francis’ Hospice in Dublin.
It’s already raised a brilliant €69,000 but they need much more.