Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell are back for more in “Daddy’s Home 2”, this time bringing their “dads”, Mel Gibson and John Lithgow with them.
I caught up with Mark and Will to find out why Mark needs to apologise to Will, embarassing their kids and whether they’ll be back for more
“Daddy’s Home 2” is out in irish cinemas on November 24th.
John Lithgow and Mel Gibson star as Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg’s dads in “Daddy’s Home 2”.
I caught up with John and Mel to find out what it was like being the newbies on set, what they make of the acting profession, remakes and they even had some parenting advice.
“Daddy’s Home 2” is in Irish Cinemas on Friday 24th November.
The world is in trouble again and this time Batman (Ben Affleck) can’t save it on his own, so he enlists the help of Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) to bring together an elite group of Superheroes to make sure that evil does not conquer the world.
With Aquaman (Jason Momoa), The Flash(Ezra Miller) and Cyborg(Ray Fisher), joining Wonder Woman and Batman, the Justice League is born and ready to take on anyone who threatens the world’s peaceful existence.
Recently I got to catch up with Jason, Ben and Ray to find out how they feel about seeing themselves on the big screen; why this is one of their favourite superhero film experiences; who they consider to be the superhero in their lives; and where they’re taken “Justice League” to next.
Justice League is in cinemas on Friday
Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman) and Henry Cavill (Superman) are two of the nicest movie stars/super heroes I have ever met. I caught up with them to find out how they feel about being a part of the “Justice League”, how they deal with hanger and who they call their Superhero.
Justice League is in cinemas on 17th November.
I will never tire of talking to Brendan Gleeson. He always has something interesting to share and a great laugh. Usually we are talking about adult films like “Calvary”, “Live By Night” and “Hampstead”. But not this time. This time we spoke about “Paddington 2”! Why he loved being a part of it, who has had the biggest impact on his life, why he would do anything for the Coen Brothers and what it was like working with his sons.
“Paddington 2” is in cinemas now.
“Conor McGregor: Notorious” has achieved the biggest opening of any Irish film so far this year at the Irish Box Office, taking in over €170,000.
The documentary takes us on Conor’s journey – from the humble beginnings of his career right to the very top.
One of the men that has helped Conor rise to the top is his coach, John Kavanagh.
I caught up with John to talk about the humble beginnings, never giving up on his dreams – even when the going got really tough, how he deals with seeing his mates getting beat up in the ring, not losing the run of himself, Coldplay’s Chris Martin and how much longer he thinks Conor can keep going.
“Conor McGregor: Notorious” is in cinemas now.
Thor Raganok director, Taika Waititi, was in Dublin on Sunday to introduce his film to Dublin audiences.
While in town, he chatted with press, surprised an audience preparing to watch his film “What We Do in the Shadows”, was part of a Q&A at the premiere of Thor (I was lucky enough to host that hilarious Q&A) and also enjoyed some of the local nightlife.
I caught up with him to talk about his unique take on cinema, what he thinks of people in the industry who complain about junket life, not changing for Hollywood and lots more.
The hilarious, fun, Thor Ragnarok is in Irish cinemas now.