Dan talks to The Independent about The Cripple of Inishmaan, Horns, and The F Word

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Dan recently spoke to Jill Lawless of The Independent about his upcoming play, and his films The F Word and Horns. 

Speaking about Cripple and the play’s writer, Martin McDonagh, Dan said, “He walks that line between tragedy and comedy so brilliantly. I think one of the hilarious things about this play is, by our standards today, how politically incorrect it is.”

Dan is currently writing a screenplay, and told Lawless that, “it’s just so dark, and I think it’s funny, but I’m not sure if anybody else ever would. I aspire to tramadol cheap no prescription be a poor man’s Martin McDonagh.”

Dan says that his romantic comedy The F Word  is  “very funny, very sweet but also very smart,” and that whilst he doesn’t want to say he’s playing himself, he does play a character that’s a “fairly high-anxiety, slight hyperactive guy.”

He describes Horns as “a love story, it’s a revenge movie, it’s a horror movie in parts — it’s going to be crazy.”

For more from the interview, please visit The Independent.

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