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Colin Farrell was put through the ringer on the set of his new film, "Total Recall," but the actor said he was careful in protecting his money-maker.
"I was gash-free for the whole shoot. I got a few bruises and welts, but nothing on the face, darling," Farrell joked during a recent interview with OnTheRedCarpet.com.
Colin Farrell takes over Arnold Schwarzenegger's old role and breaks out the big guns in a 2012 reboot of "Total Recall," whose trailer has been released online.
The original science fiction movie was released in 1990 and starred Schwarzenegger as Doug Quaid, a factory worker who suspects his memories may have been implanted and that he is actually a spy. Check out the trailer for the new "Total Recall" film.
Celebrities such as George Clooney, Jessica Alba and Colin Farrell are promoting a different kind of "F Word."
The stars appear in a PSA called "The F Word: Famine is the Real Obscenity," which is part of a new campaign by ONE, an anti-poverty advocacy group co-founded by U2 rocker Bono. Check out the PSA 'The F Word: Famine is the Real Obscenity' below.
Anton Yelchin had the heavy task of taking down a vampire in "Fright Night," but the actor says one of his scariest enemies was sleep deprivation.
"Chris [Mintz-Plasse] and I had four excruciating days of shooting this fight scene and it was hard because it was like all-nighters and we just kept each other up and then I almost shot Davey [Franco] with a shotgun, I chopped Chris in the head with an ax," Yelchin told OnTheRedCarpet.com co-host Rachel Smith at a recent screening. "It was late - you give tired actors weapons and that's what happens!"
Colin Farrell, who plays a vampire in the new horror film 'Fright Night,' says he enjoys exploring a variety of movie genres.
The 35-year-old Irish actor has previously starred in movies such as the 2002 thriller "Phone Booth," the 2003 superhero flick "Daredevil" and the 2004 Angelina Jolie film "Alexander." Farrell also appeared in "Miami Vice" and another comedy - "Horrible Bosses," which was released last month and stars Jennifer Aniston.