Irish actors Cillian Murphy and Jamie Dornan were enjoying the craic during a recent interview about their latest film Anthropoid.
From the banter between the two, it was obvious that Dornan, from Co Down, and Dubliner Murphy have had a great time on set together.
The two lads star together in the World War II film Anthropoid and were speaking ahead of its release.
Murphy was asked if it is similar to Dunkirk, another WW2 film he has starred in.
He began to explain that the two films were very different, but was interrupted by his pal Dornan who couldn’t resist poking some fun at him and asked him why he wasn’t in the trailer for Dunkirk.
The two men were serious for a short part of the interview, as they revealed they had never heard of the story being told in the film until they were approached by the producers. Murphy and Dornan play two Czech agents who have a mission to assassinate a high ranking Nazi official during World War II.
Towards the end of the interview, Murphy was asked how he felt about doing a Czech accent for his character, to which he replied: “Every accent really is a challenge, you have to try and do justice to the people that actually live in that country or region but it’s just about putting the time in and I think we got the thumbs up from the Czech people.”
Dornan then joked: “I saw them all with their thumbs up when we left.”
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