Colin Farrell Talks ‘Fright Night’ with Ellen DeGeneres
The gorgeous and deliciously Irish Colin Farrell was on the Ellen DeGeneres Show a few days ago and chatted about his upcoming film Fright Night, a remake of the 1985 vampire flick. But he did much more than just chat about the movie, him and Ellen also had some vampiric fun. Bwahaha.
The show starts off with Colin commenting on how hot Ellenâs partner Portia is then it moved on to Colinâs love life and eventually we got to the good vampire parts where Ellen asked him about Fright Night, which hits theaters this August.
“Yeah it was a film that I loved growing up, I grew up watching scary films and it was one that I has seen maybe 15 or 20 times. When I heard that they were making it I was kinda like âUgh Hollywood, what a bunch of unoriginal idiots, my god, a remake, theyâre going to destroy one of my favorite films!â Then I read the script and was like âNooo I like it.â replied Colin.
Ellen then went on to ask whether or not the film was scary, but Colin said it wasnât, for him at least, but only because he knew what was coming every moment.
Then, in honor of Colinâs upcoming horror film, Ellen decided to play a prank on her audience members. Now, if you have watched Ellen before then you know that she LOVES scaring people. She does it all the time; she scares her audience and even celebrities coming on the show. Well, this time Ellen and Colin scared the audience by dressing up as traditional caped vampires, hiding in the bathroom and jumping out and screaming at anyone that walking in. Haha, well, thatâs one way to make vampires scary. You can watch the video of them scaring people HERE.
And you can check out the Fright Night Trailer below! I have to admit, it looks pretty decent. What do you guys think?
Moonlight (aka Amanda) loves to write about, read about and learn about everything pertaining to vampires. You will most likely find her huddled over a book of vampire folklore with coffee in hand. Touch her coffee and she may bite you (and not in the fun way).