Monday 18 December 2017

Jack Reynor and Simon Delaney too busy to make the Irish premiere

Jack Reynor with girlfriend Madeline Mulqueen. The actor will not be present at any of the screenings of his new flick.
Jack Reynor with girlfriend Madeline Mulqueen. The actor will not be present at any of the screenings of his new flick.
Simon Delaney stars with Vince Vaughn also in The Delivery Man.


THEY are fast becoming Hollywood royalty so its no surprise that Irish actors Simon Delaney and Jack Reynor are being snapped up for jobs.

But it seems the pair, who star alongside Vince Vaughn in his latest flick Delivery Man, are too busy to promote their new film.

No star-studded Irish premiere of the big budget flick will take place ahead of its nationwide release this Friday.

And the actors will not be present at any screenings of the film, which was shot in New York in 2012.

"We won't have any stars of the film over to Ireland for an official premiere," a source confirmed to the Herald.

"We tried to set up a screening that Jack and Simon could attend, but they are are just too busy with work commitments at the moment.

"It's a good sign for Irish acting talent, but they weren't available to do any press this week."

Reynor, who returned to Ireland in November after wrapping up filming on blockbuster Transformers 4, spent a quiet Christmas with his family and girlfriend Madeline Mulqueen in Wicklow.

However, it is back to the grind today for the 21-year-old who begins filming on his new flick Glassland in Dublin.

Reynor will play the lead role in Glassland, which tells the story of a young taxi driver in Dublin who, attempting to save his mother from addiction, finds himself caught up in the world of human trafficking.

It is a world away from big budget action flicks and the LA lifestyle for the What Richard Did star who enjoyed kicking back and shooting hoops with his Transformers co-star Mark Wahlberg.

Meanwhile, fellow Delivery Man actor Simon Delaney (inset) has had a busy time of late after directing this year's Beauty and the Beast pantomime at The Olympia Theatre.

The Moone Boy star, who has appeared in US legal drama series The Good Wife and thriller series Touch across the Atlantic, said he couldn't care less if critics slate his work.

"I couldn't give a sh*te," he added.

"If you were worried about what critics say, you'd never leave the house."


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