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Farrell's Bad Hair Days

15 September 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Irish screen star Colin Farrell hated wearing a wig for his new movie so much, he deems it the lowest point of his career. The badboy actor was required to wear the hairpiece for early scenes in A Home At The End Of The World to give his character a disheveled look. But Farrell admits he was horrified by his appearance - and steered clear of his own reflection. He says, "It was like they shaved a dog, poured glue on my head and put a blow dryer on it. I wanted to cut all my scenes until we got to the scene where it's all cut off. You have no idea how bad that was. It's like going to church when I was ten. It was horrible. Somebody asked me, 'What was it like when you looked in the mirror with that wig?' I said, 'Are you kidding? Why would I look in a mirror?'" »

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Farrell's Lucky Underwear

5 August 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Irish heart-throb Colin Farrell always wears his lucky underpants when he starts a new film - because they've never failed to bring him good fortune. The A Home at the End of the World star - who has been linked with leading ladies Angelina Jolie and Rosario Dawson - refuses to start work until he's donned the shamrock-design boxer shorts and has promised to keep up the tradition throughout his career. He explains, "My brother gave them to me. They're my lucky charm. If I don't have them, I won't come out of the trailer. They're starting to get a bit old now but I could never part with them." »

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Farrell: I'm Not a "Bad Boy"

16 July 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Hollywood hunk Colin Farrell has furiously slammed the Los Angeles media for criticizing his "bad language, casual sex" and beer drinking. The A Home at the End of the World star refuses to stop drinking, swearing and fornicating and complains the American media should put his wild lifestyle into perspective by looking at real bad boys like late German dictator Adolf Hitler. Farrell argues, "It doesn't take much to cause a fuss. I got the title already. Just by proxy to Ireland. You're Irish in Los Angeles and you drink a couple of pints and you're considered f***ing edgy. It doesn't take much to be a bad boy. I use bad language and I have casual sex and a few beers and all of a sudden I'm a bad boy. But I know I'm not. Hitler was a bad boy." »

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Farrell's 'Huge' Manhood Cut from Film

23 June 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Irish heart-throb Colin Farrell's first full frontal movie scene has been cut by worried film bosses - after test audiences were transfixed by the size of his manhood. The Phone Booth hunk disrobed for scenes in upcoming drama A Home at the End of the World, but after seeing the stunned reaction of viewers at a recent screening, chiefs decided to chop the naughty images. And the news has been greeted with fury by self-confessed Romeo Farrell, who has demanded the scenes must be included in the DVD release of the film. A source tells British newspaper the Sun, "All you could hear were gasps when Colin appeared in his full frontal pose. The women were over-excited and the men looked really uncomfortable. It was such a sight it made it difficult to concentrate on the plot, so the decision was made to get rid of it." Even director Michael Mayer admits, "It was distracting." In the film, Farrell plays a bisexual man caught in a love triangle. »

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Haynes tribute in at Outfest

4 June 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Los Angeles' gay and lesbian film festival Outfest has announced the lineup for the July 8-19 event with Angela Robinson's D.E.B.S. from Screen Gems kicking off the fest and Michael Mayer's A Home at the End of the World from Warner Independent Pictures closing the festivities. Opening night, to be held downtown at the Orpheum Theatre, also will include a tribute to Todd Haynes who will receive the fest's highest honor, the eighth annual Outfest Achievement Award. Haynes, whose films have had a profound impact on modern lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgendered cinema, according to the fest, directed Far From Heaven, Velvet Goldmine and Safe. »

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A nice 'Ring': Spacek joins DW's sequel

19 April 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Sissy Spacek is returning to the horror genre -- where she enjoyed one of her earliest successes as the telekinetic heroine of 1976's Carrie -- as she steps into The Ring 2 for DreamWorks and director Hideo Nakata. The Oscar-winning actress joins Naomi Watts and Simon Baker in the film, due to start shooting in mid-May. It's unclear exactly who she will play in the ongoing tale of a mysterious videotape that proves fatal to viewers because the script is being closely guarded; sources close to the film said the filmmakers want to keep a level of mystery around Spacek's character. DreamWorks co-heads Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald are producing, with production executive Mark Sourian overseeing at the studio. Ehren Kruger wrote the script. Spacek is repped by CAA. She next stars opposite Colin Farrell for helmer Michael Mayer in the Killer Films indie A Home at the End of the World, which is being distributed by Warner Independent Pictures. »

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A nice 'Ring': Spacek joins DW's sequel

18 April 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Sissy Spacek is returning to the horror genre -- where she enjoyed one of her earliest successes as the telekinetic heroine of 1976's Carrie -- as she steps into The Ring 2 for DreamWorks and director Hideo Nakata. The Oscar-winning actress joins Naomi Watts and Simon Baker in the film, due to start shooting in mid-May. It's unclear exactly who she will play in the ongoing tale of a mysterious videotape that proves fatal to viewers because the script is being closely guarded; sources close to the film said the filmmakers want to keep a level of mystery around Spacek's character. DreamWorks co-heads Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald are producing, with production executive Mark Sourian overseeing at the studio. Ehren Kruger wrote the script. Spacek is repped by CAA. She next stars opposite Colin Farrell for helmer Michael Mayer in the Killer Films indie A Home at the End of the World, which is being distributed by Warner Independent Pictures. »

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