Stars out in force for the premiere of Seven Psychopaths in Dublin
It may have taken place in his hometown, but Colin Farrell missed out on the Irish premiere of his new movie 'Seven Psychopaths'.
After flying in from London, director Martin McDonagh and US-born actor Sam Rockwell led the way at the Savoy cinema in Dublin last night.
Farrell was unable to attend due to schedule commitments in New York.
'Green Mile' star Rockwell (44) said he loved working with father-of-two Farrell.
It was his first time teaming up with the Dubliner on-screen.
"I had never worked with Colin before and it was a joy," he told the Irish Independent.
Although he picked up a few sightseeing tips from Farrell, it was a jet-setting visit for Rockwell.
"He told us to go to Kehoes pub, but (unfortunately) I'm leaving tomorrow."
'Seven Psychopaths' also features Abbie Cornish, Woody Harrelson and Christopher Walken.
"We're all goofs, so we had a great time filming. They're just a cool group of guys, very fun and professional," added Rockwell.