Posts Tagged ‘Jonathan Rhys Meyers’

Irish Eye on Hollywood:
Jonathan Rhys Meyers is John Doe

Jonathan Rhys Meyers is going “hardcore.” Which means the Dublin star of TV shows like The Tudors and movies such as Stonewall is teaming up with one of the filmmakers behind the controversial 2015 film Hardcore Henry. That film earned much attention (not all of it positive) for being shot almost entirely from a first-personRead more..

Irish Eye on Hollywood:
Rhys Meyers In Roots

Jonathan Rhys Meyers had a major role in the updated version of Roots, the epic mini-series about slavery which made a big splash on several cable channels back in May. The Dublin actor played Tom Lea, a North Carolina slave owner whose children are central to key plot conflicts in the story. Up next for RhysRead more..

A Year for Ad-Meyer-ers

Jonathan Rhys Meyers recently joined Ron Perlman and a large cast in the September film Stonewall, capturing the moment in New York City, in 1969, when many agree the modern gay rights movement began. Up next for Rhys Meyers is the international thriller Damascus Cover, the drama Shambhala and the romantic comedy Byrd and theRead more..

Irish Post Awards

Hollywood actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers was among those honored at this year’s Irish Post Awards on October 24 in London. Hosted by broadcaster Eamonn Holmes, the black tie event at the Hilton, Park Lane, which was attended by 700 guests, honored a number of exceptional people including Rhys Meyers, who received this year’s Legend awardRead more..

The Irish Vampires

The 1897 Gothic horror novel by Irish author Bram Stoker, famous for introducing the character of vampire Count Dracula, is reborn as a new series on NBC. Patricia Danaher visits the set in Budapest. Although vampires seem to be everywhere these days in popular culture, there’s never been one quite like Bram Stoker’s Dracula. He’sRead more..

Irish Eye on Hollywood

Brendan Gleeson is turning into Hollywood’s go-to-guy, at least when it comes to supporting characters. Gleeson’s credits, in the last few years, are a tour through A-list Hollywood, from his role in Martin Scorsese’s Irish warrior flick Gangs of New York to more recent turns in Troy and the creepy summer blockbuster The Village (directedRead more..