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Steve McQueen was honored to work with Liam Neeson and Colin Farrell on Widows




Steve McQueen (Matt Crossick / PA)
Steve McQueen (Matt Crossick / PA)

Steve McQueen, an Oscar-winning director, has said how he was "honored" to work with two leading actors in Ireland, Liam Neeson and Colin Farrell, in the weddings movie, Weddwon.

The movie tells the story of a group of women who did heist after they were killed in a police officer.

Neeson plays one of the men (his wife, Veronica Rawlins, is played by Viola Davis) while Farrell plays an American-American politician Jack Mulligan.

"Liam and Colin, they are incredible actors, have been doing incredible Hollywood work for a long time," said McQueen, who also instructed 12 Years A Slave.



Colin Farrell and Viola Davis star in Weddwon

Colin Farrell and Viola Davis are staring at Weddwon

"I was honored with whom I can work, especially in Chicago where there is such a kind of Irish base."

McQueen had a special impression on Farrell, which improvised many scenes with his father on screen, Robert Duvall.

"Robert Duvall and Colin were so wonderful to work with. They were two musicians, just jamming," he told RTE Entertainment.

"Many of those things that they would be engaging with in the picture were improvised."

Widows, who are due to be released later this month, have almost all been positively praised by everyone in general and has a 96cc scale on the Tomato Rotten site on a film site.

The movie – which McQueen wrote with the author Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn – also starred Michelle Rodriguez, Daniel Kaluuya and Elizabeth Debicki.

In the meantime, a new new vehicle for another Neeson movie is about to be released.

The Ballymena native will stand alongside Brendan Gleeson, Tom Waits and James Franco in the new six-part adventure movie, The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs.

Every episode & # 39; of the movie telling a different story about West America.

He has already won the Best Screening Screen award at the Venice Film Festival.

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Film of the week: Widows


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