Five Favorite Films with Ray Stevenson
The Kill the Irishman star also talks about working with Christopher Walken.
Ray Stevenson has starred as a soldier in the HBO series Rome, and has a comic-book anti-hero in The Punisher: War Zone. Now he's got another lead role, this time as Irish mobster Danny Greene, in the new film Kill the Irishman. We got the chance to talk to him about the film, and of course, we asked him to tell us about five of his favorite movies. Although he admitted it would be hard to narrow it down to five, "I'm a Gemini - it's like asking what side of toast to butter. Bloody hell, ask me to solve world peace!" We also talked to him about working with Christopher Walken, and whether or not he'd return to Rome in the future.
Point Blank (1967, 95% Tomatometer)
Bullitt (1968, 97% Tomatometer)
Queen Margot (1994, 77% Tomatometer)
The Fountain (2006, 51% Tomatometer)
Where Eagles Dare (1968, 88% Tomatometer)
Next, Stevenson talks about working with Christopher Walken, and the possibility of a Rome movie.