Entertainment Weekly released their interview with Domhnall to promote “About Time“.
Have you seen About Time yet? If you haven’t, maybe you should—if not for the heartwarming, comedic goodness that is a Richard Curtis movie (the mind behind Four Weddings and a Funeral, Notting Hill and Love, Actually) than to see up-and-comer Domhnall Gleeson in his first feature lead role. “It would have been a lot easier for Richard to cast somebody famous,” says Gleeson, 30, with a laugh. “To be honest, they probably would have made more money!”
It was previously confirmed that Domhnall joined the cast of “Brooklyn” but ScreenDaily also has more news on the rest of the cast and distribution:
Production on buzz script Brooklyn has come together with a bang at the beginning of the America Film Market.
HanWay has boarded sales on the prestige period-drama, which will see in-demand Atonement and Hanna star Saoirse Ronan lead a top cast featuring Domhnall Gleeson, Emory Cohen, Jim Broadbent, Julie Walters and Sarah Gadon.
It was reported before that Domhnall was possibly involved in the “Brooklyn” adaption with Saoirse Ronan set to set. Now the news has been confirmed during the American Film Market last week. Deadline is reporting Domhnall, Ronan and Broadbent are all set to star.
Brooklyn, Hanway Films. John Crowley, director. Saoirse Ronan, Domhnall Gleeson, Jim Broadbent star. In 1950s New York, a young immigrant struggles to leave behind her tranquil life in Ireland for a thriving city.
We added additional stills and social media promotional banner of “About Time” in our gallery. The movie is currently nationwide in theaters in the US.
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2013 | About Time > Social Media Promotional Banners
Interview magazine released a brand new interview and photoshoot with Domhall to promote “About Time” We added the photoshoot in our gallery, and you can find the interview below/inside.
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Domhnall Gleeson avoids comparisons with his father, the veteran Irish actor Brendan Gleeson. For one thing, the older Gleeson didn’t start acting until he was 34, by which time he had put on a few pounds and was frequently cast as the plucky guy trading on his acerbic wit rather than on his looks. Thirty-year-old Domhnall is a different proposition altogether: tall, slender, with orange hair and a face drawn out of angled lines.
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