Colin Farrell gets first laughs at Sundance


Dublin-born heart-throb Colin Farrell says he was pleased to get a few laughs in his first dark comedy, which opened the Sundance Film Festival this week.

"I'm not known for having a funny bone in my body," he told reporters the morning after the world premiere of award-winning playwright Martin McDonagh's In Bruges, about gangsters on vacation in Belgium.

"What's it like to do a comedy? It was nice to hear the laughter last night (at the premiere). It's lovely. I've never experienced such a tangible reaction like that before, so it's nice," he said.

"It's good for the soul."

This year is Farrell's first at Sundance, held in the US state of Utah.

(Source: The Age)

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