COLIN FARRELL is Bullseye, a psychotic and ruthless assassin blessed with
A native of Ireland, Farrell stars opposite Al Pacino in "The
Recruit." The movie follows CIA agent James Clayton (Farrell) through
training camp where veteran agent Walter Burke (Al Pacino) teaches him the ropes
and rules of the game. When James starts to question his role and decides to
"wash out," he is tapped for a special assignment to root out a mole.
He is currently shooting the feature "SWAT," starring opposite
Samuel L. Jackson. In May, Farrell will start the independent film "Home at
the End of the World." Based on the Michael Cunningham novel, it is a story
of boyhood friends, Johnathan and Bobby, who come from dysfunctional families;
now older, they move to New York and end up living together with an eccentric
woman named Clare. The trio leads an unusual life together as Johnathan is gay
and Bobby fathers Clare's baby.
Farrell can also be seen in Twentieth Century Fox's upcoming feature
"Phone Booth," directed by Joel Schumacher. The thriller follows a
publicist (Farrell) who answers a ringing pay phone. He finds there's an
assassin on the other end who will shoot him if he hangs up.
Farrell's debut American feature was New Regency's "Tigerland,"
directed by Joel Schumacher and distributed by Twentieth Century Fox. The film
follows American soldiers who are taken to the backwoods of Louisiana in 1971 to
play war games in preparation for their first tour of duty in Vietnam combat.
The film was shot entirely on location on a shuttered army base in Florida.
Farrell was seen as Jesse James in the western "American Outlaws" and
in Steven Spielberg's Minority Report," distributed by Twentieth Century
Fox and DreamWorks Pictures.
Farrell starred opposite Bruce Willis in "Harts War." Directed by
Gregory Hoblit ("Frequency"), the big budget World War II drama
featured Farrell as a POW with a law degree who defends a black soldier falsely
accused of murder in a German Prison camp.
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