Colin Farrell, Martin McDonagh On Cliches, 'Horrible Bosses' And Laughing At 'Psychopaths'
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Whenever you have to interview two people at once, it's always easier if both subjects get along. Luckily, that was the case when I sat down with Colin Farrell and director Martin McDonagh in promotion of their new film, "Seven Psychopaths," which debuted this week at the Toronto International Film Festival.
In "Psychopaths," Farrell plays Marty, a struggling writer/alcoholic who finds himself getting mixed up with a group of raving, murderous lunatics (see: psychopaths). The catch? The film is actually a comedy (a very dark one at that). This isn't the first time Farrell and McDonagh have teamed up for a funny approach to the ugly underbelly of society either; in 2008, they made "In Bruges," a film about two hitmen who end up stranded in Belgium.
Here, Farrell and McDonagh talk about the movie's hilarious take on serial killers and what it's like working with Christopher Walken. Also, Farrell briefly discusses the failure of his recent movie, "Total Recall" and the that thing te
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