Love/Hate’s Aaron Heffernan has pulled Game of Thrones star Jack Gleeson out of retirement for a new film.
The TV actors have created a “psychotic” short movie called Ringsend with their theatre company Little Prince Productions.
They uploaded the experimental flick to YouTube and hope to have it make the film festival rounds.
Speaking on the feel of the short, Aaran said: “It’s somewhere between iconic and psychotic.”
Previously, Jack had claimed he was retiring from acting once his stint on Game of Thrones came to an end.
But Aaran told 2FM he managed to bring him out of retirement for the group project.
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He said: “Jack co-owns the theatre company Collapsing Horse, so if its anything to do with us and the friend group that we’re in, making and producing work, he will get involved. There’s a club there.”
He added: “It’s about these two writers who live together, one of whom is increasingly more and more aggressively annoyed at the other writer’s success and his general attitude around the apartment they live in, that’s Jack’s character.
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“My character is the sort of successful, devilishly brilliant at writing character. I’m not going to say it doesn’t reflect the reality of our real life situation” he told 2FM.
While Game of Thrones fans may be disappointed with Jack’s early retirement, they can now look forward to more films from the talented group.
“We’re all just real good at stuff, it’s weird,” Aaran said.