Domhnall Gleeson has urged moviegoers to think of his spooky new film The Little Stranger not as a horror.
Oscar-nominated director Lenny Abrahamson addresses why his new film 'The Little Stranger' struggled at the US box office.
After his brush with Oscar glory with the Academy Award-nominated Room, Irish filmmaker Lenny Abrahamson is going gothic for his next picture, the spooky haunted house tale The Little Stranger. Domhnall Gleeson stars as Doctor Faraday, a medical practitioner who becomes deeply involved with the aristocratic Ayres family after he makes a house call to treat their shellshocked maid. Something is amiss at Hundreds Hall, the dilapidated country pile that has been the Ayres’ home for over 200 years, and as our new clip shows, Faraday has memories of his own tied up with the ominous house.
One of the most talked about moments from ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ was the speech given by Domhnall Gleeson’s villainous General Hux. Gleeson, talking to Yahoo while promoting ‘The Revenant’, told us that they shot different versions of the speech, but that ultimately, “JJ [Abrams] wanted it big”. “We just said ‘lets try it at a couple of different levels’, and [JJ] just said ‘that’s the one I want it to be’”.