Published 16/06/2014 | 21:24
Brendan O’Carroll has yet to see himself as the ever-popular Mrs Brown on the big screen... despite the fact that it’s set to hit cinemas next week.
The comedian wants to experience the film while sitting in the cinema alongside the audience and said he hopes it doesn’t disappoint.
“I haven’t seen the movie yet!,” Brendan told independent.ie at the launch of Mrs Brown’s D’Exhibition.
“I will see it for the first time in the cinema and get the same sense the audience will... with my popcorn.
“I’m excited, and scared,” he continued.
“Hopefully we haven’t left the audience down, we want to keep it as true to the audience as possible.”
The comedian said his success as Mrs Brown and the hit TV series ‘Mrs Brown’s Boys’ is ‘flattering’.
“When you’re a father all you want is to make your kids proud,” he said.
“I’m just sorry my mother never got to see any of this – the idea that her son would have an exhibition where he talks about his TV series and his books, it’s a pity she’s not here to see it.”
Mrs Brown's Boys D'Exhibition is open in the Little Museum of Dublin from June 16-July 20
Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie premiers on June 27