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Next Stop, Hollywood
Roll up, roll up for the list of up-and-coming stars of Irish screen (and stage) you won’t be able to avoid in the 12 months ahead. They’re smart, they’re cute, they’re quirky – and it looks like they’re about to take over the world.
Roe McDermott, 17 Jan 2012
Ah, you know the guy we mean! He’s yer man, you know. From that ad? The insurance one? With the bad suit? Who breaks up with yer one… Ah, what’s his name? Ummm, it’s... Peter Coonan!
Yeah, well, you’d better remember it this time, because you’re going to be hearing it a lot more often. Apart from being on your telly every ad break, the UCD graduate has appeared in some of the most exciting Irish dramas of recent years. Last year Coonan played a manic inner-city headcase in Mark O’Connor’s impressively gritty crime film Between The Canals, a low-budget debut that impressed critics hugely. Slightly terrifying characters are Coonan’s forte – 2011 saw him taking on another intimidating role as gangster Fran in RTÉ’s best show in years, the hard-hitting drama Love/Hate. Holding his own against brilliant Irish actors Aiden Gillen and Robert Sheehan, Coonan’s performance was widely acclaimed. He’s now set to again work with Mark O’Connor in The King Of The Travellers, where he plays a rough-and-ready character, the gold-toothed Micky ‘The Bags’. He’d better be careful with all these bullying roles. People might start giving him a wide berth him down the pub – except that he is known to be certifiably lovely into the bargain. Swoon!
Proving RTÉ really got it right with Love/Hate, our next hot tip for 2012 is another alumnus of the gritty series. Playing the endearingly vulnerable yet stoic Tommya, Scott’s charisma managed to shine through; even more impressively, his handsome leading-man looks also managed to shine through that, umm, very odd haircut. Give the man his dues! He’s been keeping busy since series two of Love/Hate ended, and is currently working on the second of the popular Jack Taylor movies, which will be aired on TV3 this year. He’s also set to star alongside Raw’s Marcella Plunkett in the upcoming feature The Rafters. Not to put too fine a point on it, his blend of good looks and damn fine acting skills look set to see him follow in the footsteps of The Rite’s Colin O’Donoghue by heading for Hollywood. Where, of course, he’ll put us all up when we come to visit.
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2012-06-22 - Interview
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Once one of the acting elite, Nicolas Cage’s career has recently been marked by financial scandal and a string of critically lampooned movies. But his passion never wavers. He tells Roe McDermott about being fated to become an actor, how art and inner conflict drive his performances, and reprising his role as the world’s darkest hero in Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance.
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He achieved mega-fame as Aragorn in Lord Of The Rings. But Viggo Mortensen was never going to be a mere matinee idol. A poet, painter and deep thinker, his latest collaboration with director David Cronenberg sees Mortensen playing the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud. We ask him to lie back on a couch and tell us all about it.
2012-02-15 - Interview
Jason Segel could have embarked on any project he wanted after the success of Forgetting Sarah Marshall. So he decided to revive his first comedy love, The Muppets. He talks to Roe McDermott about the enduring popularity of Kermit and co.
2012-02-01 - Interview
Best known for playing Stifler, the American Pie jock with the hot mom and unfortunate taste in beverages, Seann William Scott has finally grown up. In the best role of his career, he puts in a sweet and subtle performance as Doug Glatt in the brilliant ice-hockey comedy Goon. The self-deprecating actor talks to Roe McDermott about returning to the American Pie franchise, being snubbed by the Oscars (shocking) and how drinking semen became the defining moment in his career.
2012-01-20 - Interview
Smart, sassy and stunning, Daniella Moyles is a successful model who makes frequent appearances in the gossip columns, alongside friends Georgia Salpa and the cast of Fade Street. Latterly, however, the 23 year-old beauty has become RTE’s latest presenting whiz-kid, joining Aidan Power on the music and sports show Bulletin TV where she gets up close and personal with some of the world’s biggest stars.
2012-01-05 - Interview
A warning to those attempting to chart Jeremy Renner’s advancement: there’s a serious risk of whiplash ahead. Staying under the radar with a modest career for over a decade, the American actor has suddenly become the talk of Tinseltown, receiving two Oscar nominations in as many years.
2011-12-08 - Interview
Terry McMahon’s psychological thriller Charlie Casanova has had a troubled gestation. With a script that had been repeatedly rejected by the Irish Film Board, no outside support and a miniscule budget, the Irish director’s hugely controversial examination of class, language and violence has achieved international acclaim and this month was picked up by Studio Canal.
2011-11-21 - Interview
The Coronas are on the march. Having spent six weeks in LA working with studio guru Tony Hoffer on their third album Closer to You, they are about to embark on a campaign for world domination that will take them right through next year. So what is it that makes the band tick? In a remarklably revealing interview, Ireland’s most down-to-earth frontman Danny O’Reilly tells Roe McDermott about the making of The Coronas’ masterpiece, why he’d never go solo, working with his mammy – and how a certain blonde beauty has stolen his heart.
2011-11-15 - Interview
Between appearing in the Coen brothers’ western True Grit and the hugely successful Harry Potter films, it’s safe to say that the past year has been a good one for Domhnall Gleeson. Currently starring in Irish sex-based dramedy Sensation, he talks to Roe McDermott about Ireland’s relationship with sex, his directorial aspirations and why you should never google yourself.
2011-11-07 - Interview
With an already impressive array of films under his belt, including Billy Elliot, King Kong, Flags Of Our Fathers and Jane Eyre, Jamie Bell has now achieved his childhood dream of working with Steven Spielberg. Taking the lead role in Spielberg’s The Adventures Of Tintin: Secret Of The Unicorn, he talks to Roe McDermott about working with his hero, reimagining the controversial comic, and how he uses his work to exorcise his personal demons.
2011-10-28 - Interview
As the cast and crew of Bollywood film Ek Tha Tiger wrap on their final day of filming in Dublin, Roe McDermott finds out how two cultures combined, as henna was traded for hurleys.
2011-10-28 - Frontlines
With his award-winning debut Parked set for an American release, Darragh Byrne talks to Roe McDermott about the potential of Irish cinema, the social and economic resonances of his film and working with Irish acting stalwart Colm Meaney.
2011-10-11 - Interview
Annointed the critics’ golden boy with his low-budget debut Clerks, actor, director and writer Kevin Smith has since had as many misses as hits. So for his new politically tinged horror Red State, Smith turned his back on Hollywood and distributed the film himself.
2011-09-26 - Interview
Like Pinky and the Brain, Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Anton Yelchin seem an unlikely pairing, but have quickly become inseparable. Not one to break up a beautiful bromance, Roe McDermott spoke to the up-and-coming stars about their friendship, the Mel Gibson controversy, the problem with women and how they’re well on their way to taking over the world.
2011-09-13 - Interview
Fresh from the set of Horrible Bosses, Colin Farrell’s role as a predatory vampire in the comedy horror Fright Night marks another wildly fun part. Here, he talks about getting older, fatherhood being easier the second time round – and why he’ll always return home to work with Irish filmmakers.
2011-08-29 - Interview
Having just played an assassin in Hanna, currently starring as a sweet but isolated Borrower in the Japanese animated film Arrietty, and with roles as vampires and hit-women in the future, Roe McDermott was pleased to find that the Oscar-nominated Saoirse Ronan wasn’t anywhere near as scary as her CV might suggest. She reveals how her assassin training, a ukulele and a hula-hoop are going to land her a headlining slot at Oxegen next year.
2011-08-23 - Interview
It had to end sometime. But how does it feel now for the actors who spent their teenage years growing up in public as stars of the extraordinarily successful fantasy saga, Harry Potter?
2011-07-26 - Interview
He’s the dean of Irish screen acting, with a CV that includes Hollywood blockbusters and low budget independent films. In his latest movie Brendan Gleeson plays a feckless Garda, riding shot-gun with an African-American FBI agent. But is there more to the character than meets the eye? Gleeson holds forth on the sticky issue of Irish people and race, Barack Obama’s recent visit and why he is determined to bring Flann O’Brien’s At Swim-Two-Birds to the big screen. Words: Roe McDermott
2011-07-25 - Interview
Currently starring in the funniest comedy of the year, the outrageous Bridesmaids, Sligo actor Chris O’Dowd tells Roe McDermott about how being a bit chubby set him on the path to comedy, the advantages of being Irish in Hollywood and what it’s like taking on the girl’s role for a change. Oh, and then he threw a chair at her!
2011-06-20 - Interview
Ian Power, director of the uplifting Cork-based film The Runway, talks to Roe McDermott about the community spirit of 1980s Ireland, how the Celtic Tiger made us lose our sense of welcome — and the Colombian pilot who became an Irish boy’s ET.
2011-06-07 - Interview
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2011-05-31 - Interview
As Irish director Conor Horgan’s post-apocalyptic drama One Hundred Mornings is released, he talks to Roe McDermott about societal breakdowns, morality and why even at the end of the world we’ll be sleeping with the wrong people.
2011-05-10 - Interview
The creators of the most successful horror franchise ever, Saw, are back to terrify us all, this time with their old-school haunted house film Insidious. Roe McDermott spoke to director James Wan and writer Leigh Whannell about why they hate the term ‘torture porn’ and how they’re getting more subtle in their old age.
2011-05-03 - Interview
Carmel Winters, the award-winning director of the hard-hitting Irish drama Snap talks to Roe McDermott about kidnap, torture and abuse; working with the late Mick Lally on one of his last ever projects; and how in the past Irish film has sensationalised and simplified tales of abuse.
2011-04-11 - Interview
Ireland’s thriving neo-burlesque scene continues to push boundaries, provoke reactions — and make people think. But is it all just a glorified form of lap-dancing? Roe McDermott investigates...
2011-04-06 - Reports
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He’s starred in The IT Crowd, been in The Mighty Boosh, won awards for his music videos, counts Noel Fielding and Alex Turner among his close friends and has directed one of the most brilliant indie films of recent memory, the hilarious and quirky Submarine. And yet, Richard Ayoade assures Roe McDermott that he’s not cool. Eh, we may have to agree to disagree on that one…
2011-03-14 - Interview
David Michôd, director of critically acclaimed Australian crime drama Animal Kingdom, talks to Roe McDermott about the Melbourne crime scene, Jackie Weaver’s Oscar nominated performance and why not going to therapy has helped his art.
2011-03-02 - Interview
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2011-02-18 - Interview
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2011-02-14 - Interview
The maverick record label that gave the world My Bloody Valentine, Primal Scream and Oasis is the subject of a eye-popping new documentary, which receives its Irish premiere as part of the Jameson Dublin Irish Film Festival. Danny O’Connor talks about getting inside the Creation story.
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2011-01-25 - Interview
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2011-01-24 - Interview
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2010-12-08 - Interview
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2010-11-08 - Interview
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2010-11-05 - Interview
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2010-11-03 - Interview
The quality of Bublé’s voice is never in question, but he’s too smooth to be affecting...
2010-11-02 - REVIEW
Glorified muzak from much hyped 'chillwave' pioneer
2010-11-02 - REVIEW
No horns but plenty to love in scenester's new album
2010-11-02 - REVIEW
On a trip to Blighty, Jason Byrne talks about helming his own BBC show and explains why he definitely won't be forsaking the old country for a career in the UK
2010-11-02 - Interview
Eoin Glackin may have just released an album, but it’s his blagging abilities that are really impressive. Loads of people write great songs, but how many people manage to sneak backstage to meet Leonard Cohen? He lets Roe McDermott in on his gatecrashing tips.
2010-11-01 - Interview
Though the songs are catchy, and having an Irish electro frontwoman is a much-needed addition to the current domestic scene, it’s hard for a one woman electro machine to maintain the interest.
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