Domhnall sat down with Hunger TV alongside his co-star Will Poulter to talk about “The Revenant“. We have added the photoshoot outtakes in our gallery and the interview can be found below.
Setting aside space sagas and superhero schlock, The Revenant is about as big a film production you could possibly get right now. With director Alejandro González Iñárritu still basking in Oscar success with last year’s Birdman and arguably the biggest movie star in the world in Leo DiCaprio hell bent on winning one of his own, it’s been long expected that this would be a special project. Factor in an epic, archetypal Hollywood storyline (revenge!), some of the most astonishing photography you’ll see on the big screen, thanks to cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki and 65mm film, plus a fantastic supporting cast and you have something pretty spectacular to divert your attention for two and half hours.
We spoke with two members of the cast, the ever-excellent Domhnall Gleeson and Will Poulter, to discuss just how special an experience it was to make a film with such a punishing schedule and lofty ambitions.
Domhnall stopped by Josh Horowitz’s Happy Sad Confused podcast. We have added the Happy, Sad, Confused photoshoot in our gallery and you can listen to the interview below. The interview contains spoilers on Star Wars!
The exceptionally talented, tall, and dashing Domhnall Gleeson dominated 2015 as an actor. Domhnall joins Josh this week to talk about his sketch comedy past, Brooklyn, Ex Machina, and portraying General Hux in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. There will be spoilers!
Domhnall did an interview with Indiewire last month to promote “Ex Machina“. We have added the photoshoot in our gallery, many thanks to my friend Luciana for donating it. You can find the in-depth interview below.
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Irish actor Domhnall Gleeson (son of actor Brendan Gleeson) has been a dependable screen presence for over five years now by standing out in a number of projects that featured bigger box-office draws than himself.
In “Frank” he stole scenes from a masked Michael Fassbender; in “Anna Karenina” he was a comic revelation opposite Keira Knightley; and in “About Time,” he proved he could lead a romantic comedy opposite a vet of the genre, Rachel McAdams. 2015 could be the year that Gleeson finally becomes a household name thanks to his involvement in the most anticipated film of the year, J.J. Abrams entry into the “Star Wars” canon, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” which opens this December.
Domhnall stopped by the Huffington Post office in New York to promote “Ex Machina“.
Actor Domhnall Gleeson of “Harry Potter” and “Unbroken” is back on HuffPost Live to talk about starring in the sci-fi thriller “Ex Machina” and to discuss the highly-anticipated film “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”
The Last Magazine released a new interview and photoshoot of Domhnall to promote the US release of “Frank“. We have added the photoshoot in our gallery and the interview can be found below/inside.
In just one year since we first featured him, Domhnall Gleeson has gone from the sidelights to the limelight. From supporting roles in Anna Karenina and Never Let Me Go, Gleeson is now—however reluctantly—one of Hollywood’s most promising lead actors. Gleeson’s latest film, Frank, with Michael Fassbender, is set for nationwide release this Friday, and he’s since signed on to a film with Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy. But buzz is already building over his starring role in Star Wars: Episode VII, directed by J.J. Abrams. We catch up with the young Irish actor just before his life changes forever.
“So that’s not going to be the story?”
We pick up Domhnall Gleeson the day after the Met Gala in New York City and just a week after the Irish actor, best known for passionate turns in small roles, has been cast in what could be a king-making role, in Star Wars: Episode VII. Now promoting his new film, Frank, Gleeson—wearing a simple gray shirt, dark jeans, black brogues, and a vibrantly green pair of socks—is in high spirits. “Hang on,” Gleeson continues, “we agreed that was going to be the story in the cab on the way over here. ‘Domhnall: Great guy, interesting, self-effacing.’”
Domhnall and his co-stars Michael Fassbender and Carla Azar were part of the ‘Meet the Actors/Filmmaker’ series of Apple. They did a Q&A panel at the SoHo Apple store in New York. You can watch the full panel below and or download the podcast (for free) on Itunes.
We will round-up the joint press junket video interview that Domhnall and co-star Michael Fassbender did last week in New York for “Frank“. We will edit this post when more interviews are released so be sure to check back later.
BBC America – In an interview with Anglophenia’s Tom Brook, ‘Frank’ co-stars Michael Fassbender and Domhnall Gleeson discuss their new film – and catch a laughing fit midway through the Q&A.
Domhnall sat down with Huffington Post Live yesterday to promote “Frank“. Domhnall talks about “Frank“, confirms he joined “The Revenant“, kind of talks about “Star Wars: Episode VII“, his dad Brendan Gleeson and more.
Writer, director and actor Domhnall Gleeson, known for his role as Bill Weasley in the “Harry Potter” series, heads to HuffPost Live to discuss his new film “Frank,” and his upcoming role in “Star Wars: Episode VII.”