Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Interview on set of "The Irishman"


Vincent D'Onofrio talks about playing his character John Nardi more like an accountant then a gangster, and how his character pushes Danny Greene (Ray Stevenson) in the direction of Shondor Birns (Christopher Walken).

9 comments:

MarieDeFrance said...

TOO SHORT the interview, Vincent is still adorable. Thanks Thereel.

TJara said...

Yes, a little short. But interesting and he seemed at ease in this one, too!

Hope they'll make a "making off" for the DVD (which I only want out after I've had the chance to see this in the theatre! *LOL*)

Susan1212 said...

Wow! He looks wonderful! Love the pocket protector!lol

Lisa said...

Oh my. He looks so well. And lovely.

havers said...

I know you all said it, but I have o mention it again: he looks so wonderful and relaxed.

Yes Susan, I saw the flyer in his pocket, too...funny.

So I cross my fingers for a release at my home.

Briena said...

I'm sorry if this question has been asked already, when is the Irishman coming out? Also, does anyone know when Staten Island is being released in the States? He looks HOTTTT in this interview..

DonnaJo said...

I think VDO looks fantasic! Love how nerdy he plays his character, with the glasses and, as Susan pointed out, the pocket protector. But he still can't cover up his hotness!

DonnaJo said...

How come we can't post comments anymore on the articles subsequent to this one?

I really miss doing that.

thereel said...

DonnaJo,
Comments have been temporarily disabled, and will be back soon. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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