The sexy star just attended the LA Premiere of Total Recall wearing Dolce&Gabbana
He has been hitting the lists for the most sexy men in pretty much every magazine, but, let's be honest, we didn't need to read that to know it. With that mysterious look that promises only trouble and a presence on the red carpet that is especially enticing, Colin Farrel also the movie star curriculum, under his belt, that is hard to believe in.
Born in Ireland (in Castleknock, Dublin), at the age of 36 he's been in over 40 movies already, many of them blockbusters. He's also a Golden Globe winner, he has been the star in movies like Minority Report (2002), Phone Booth (2002), Daredevil (2003), Alexander (2004), Miami Vice (2006), Cassandra's Dream (2007), The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009).
At the Premiere of Total Recall in Hollywood, on August 1st, Colin Farrell, handsome as ever, was wearing head-to-toe Dolce&Gabbana.
The movie's plot is centred around a factory worker, Douglas Quaid, who begins to suspect that he is a spy after visiting Rekall - a company that provides its clients with implanted fake memories of a life they would like to have led - goes wrong and he finds himself on the run. Obviously many will be comparing it against the original film but, with Farrel, taking the lead, I'm sure we are in safe hands. His next projects involve Seven Psychopaths, Dead Man Down, Epic, Saving Mr. Banks, Winter's Tale.
But Mr. Farrell is not only a handsome and successful actor , he's also a big hearted man: as well as working with charity, he has donated his salary for Terry Gilliam's The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009) to Heath Ledger's little daughter (who was left nothing in a will that had not been updated in time). Ledger had originally been cast in the film and was replaced by Farrell, Johnny Depp, and Jude Law. He also spoke at the Special Olympics World Games in 2007 shortly before finding out about his son's James illness, the Angelman Syndrome, a debilitating neuro-genetic condition. He is now actively involved in the Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics (FAST).