Posted: April 26, 2011
Donald Sutherland’s home province of New Brunswick gets the last slated date on the U2 360° tour this summer – and Donald Sutherland will star opposite U2’s drummer in his first major motion picture.
Larry Mullen Jr. will not only make his film debut in the crime movie Man on a Train, but he is billed as producer and composer too.
Adapted from Patrice Leconte's 2002 film L'Homme du Train, the film tells the tale of a retired small town school-teacher (played by Sutherland) prepping for open-heart surgery who crosses paths with a stranger (played by Mullen Jr.) who’s planning on robbing the local bank.
Currently listed in ‘post-production’, the film’s release date has not been set. We’ll keep you posted. SABS
SABS Note of Noteworthiness
Larry Mullen Jr. is already a Golden Globe Winner and Oscar nominee for Best Original Song in a Motion Picture for Gangs of New York and the song “The Hands that Built America” . Honours he shares with his U2 band mates Bono, the Edge and Adam Clayton.
For all the latest on Larry's band visit www.U2.com
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