Christopher Walken wants everyone to know that he understands why people might think he’s a tad creepy—it probably doesn’t help matters that his new film is called Seven Psychopaths.
Interview: Writer/Director Martin McDonagh Discusses His New Film, ‘Seven Psychopaths’, His Writing Process and the “Genius” of Christopher Walken
Martin on his cast: “I couldn’t think of a better actor in any of the parts”
If you were thinking to yourself, “I would love to see the trailer of Seven Psychopaths re-made with cats,” you’re in luck.
Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at Martin McDonagh’s Seven Psychopaths that features interviews with its stars Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell and Woody Harrelson.
Though Christopher Walken spent a majority of his early career in mostly serious roles, in the last two decades he has surprisingly emerged as a reliable source of a few dozen laughs in comedies.
Colin Farrell has teamed up with director Martin McDonagh for another film, Seven Psychopaths, after the success of their first project together, In Bruges. The film is a dark comedy, but is much different from his role in Horrible Bosses.