Arts Interview: Southern comfort
Cillian Murphy has appeared in plenty of big-budget blockbusters, but for the laid-back Cork actor, it is - and always will be - about the script, writes John Maguire.
"No, man, there's no career plan," says Cillian Murphy. "At least, not one that anyone has told me about."
We're talking about the Cork actor's see-saw trajectory in the last couple of years, which has seen him skip from billion-dollar blockbusters to acclaimed stage productions, television series and small-scale independent films.
Working backwards, last year Murphy reprised his role as arch-villain The Scarecrow in Christopher Nolan's trilogy-ending The Dark Knight Rises. Before that, he took...
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