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Neil Jordan turns novelist...
Irish film director Neil Jordan (Interview
with a Vampire and Michael Collins) has
quit movie making temporarily to become a novelist.
Speaking to ShowBizIreland.com last night in
Dublin the director said he was currently in the middle
of his first novel. “At the moment I have a number
of movie idea’s I am looking at making. But, currently
I’m writing a novel. I have no plans at the moment
for my next film but there is a lot of actors I’d
like to work with.”
director also crushed any rumours of a sequel or prequel
to his hit Interview with a Vampire which starred
Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt. “No there
are no plans at present,” he told ShowBizIreland.com.
director was speaking last night as he launched a
book called “Donal McCann Remembered” a tribute
to the late Irish actor Donal McCann who died last
last starred in The Nephew with 007
star Pierce Brosnan who's a partner in his
Production Company Irish Dreamtime (the makers
of The Thomas Crown Affair). Beau St Claire
was the late actor’s partner.
McCann died Brosnan paid a tribute to the actor by
telling ShowBizIreland.com that “Donal was
a Knight of Ireland.”
McCann also starred alongside Angelica Huston
in her father John’s last film The Dead.
Jordan told of working with Donal on two films The
Miracle and Angel and said of the actor
that he was a better actor then Tom Cruise. The director
also said it was a heavenly situation that Donal did
not make it to Hollywood. “It was some sort of heavenly
glitch that stopped him from becoming a major Hollywood
icon in the 60’s and 70’s.”
at the launch to pay their respects to McCann were
Star Trex actor Colm Meaney plus a host
of Irish actors and VIPs.
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