Would an Oasis film be on the cards for Domhnall Gleeson?

During conversation on The Ian Dempsy Breakfast Show on Today FM, Gleeson pondered aloud over taking the role of one of the Gallagher brothers.

Radio interviews are undoubtedly the best place for a chat about your own interests and goals in life. Domhnall Gleeson is no different. As one of the most talented Irish actors out there, with roles stretching from his role of charming and lonely single man in Brooklyn to his most recent role as Mr. McGregor in Peter Rabbit.

But who doesn't enjoy the role of an asshole in any production?

During discussion with Ian Dempsy on Today FM this morning, Gleeson mentioned that he is in fact, a huge Oasis fan. And one day, he'd love to take on the role of one of the infamous Gallagher brothers.

Unable to choose between which brother he'd prefer to portray, he's stated he'd be happy to be both. With CGI, what isn't possible these days to be fair?

Considering the spat the two Gallaghers are always entwined in as well, realistically it'll be the easiest way to ever see a production about them too. We'll keep our eyes out.


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