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Colin Farrell admits he can't swim as he says filming deep dives was 'terrifying'
Hollywood actor Colin Farrell has opened up about the 'terrifying' experience of filming underwater each day for upcoming biopic film Thirteen Lives.Directed by Ron Howard, Thirteen Lives is the true story of the rescue mission to save twelve boys and their coach from a local Thai football team, after they became trapped in a cave following an unexpected rainstorm in 2018.The true life story, which was reported on news channels across the world, is now told in a new film starring Viggo Mortensen, Colin Farrell, Joel Edgerton and Tom Bateman as the heroic divers who became a sole lifeline for the young football players and their coach.READ NEXT: Who is new Elvis star Austin Butler? Jamie Lynn Spears link, famous ex and tragic lossSpeaking to Daily Star and other press, Colin Farrell talked about the 'nerve wracking' experience of filming underwater, learning to dive and working with the divers involved in the real life rescue operation.The cast worked with the real life divers Rick Stanton and Jason Mallinson on the set of Thirteen Lives, who taught the actors not only how to swim like them, but also provided advice and techniques on how to be safe under water as they filmed their diving scenes.Colin said: "I can't really swim, but there's an element of not swimming in what we were doing. "With scuba diving you accept the process of submerging.
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Viggo Mortensen's brush with death as oxygen tank cut out during deep diving scene
Hollywood biopic film Thirteen Lives.Directed by Ron Howard, Thirteen Lives is the true story of the rescue mission to save twelve boys and their coach from a local Thai football team, after they became trapped in a cave following an unexpected rainstorm in 2018.The true life story, which was reported on news channels across the world, is now told in a new film starring Viggo Mortensen, Colin Farrell, Joel Edgerton and Tom Bateman as the heroic divers who became a sole lifeline for the young football players and their coach.READ NEXT: Who is new Elvis star Austin Butler? Jamie Lynn Spears link, famous ex and tragic lossThe stars worked with the real life divers Rick Stanton and Jason Mallinson on set, who were part of the rescue mission in 2018, and who taught the actors not only how to swim like them, but also provided advice and techniques on how to be safe under water as they filmed their diving scenes.Speaking to Daily Star and other press, Viggo, who plays diver Rick Stanton in the film, said: "There were a lot of places that were so narrow that you had to just wiggle through. "Sometimes you had to take your tank off, while you were underwater, without disconnecting from the air, then go through this wiggle area [and] put the tank on.
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American Graffiti actor Bo Hopkins dies aged 80 following heart attack
was unable to respond to every email over the last few years, he appreciated hearing from each and every one of you.’Hopkins’ hugely acclaimed career spanned more than 50 years and saw him feature in more than 100 roles across film and television.Renowned for his ability to switch between playing villains and saints, his stand-out roles included a double-crossed bank robber in 1972’s The Getaway alongside the late Steve McQueen, as well as Clarence ‘Crazy’ Lee in director Sam Peckinpah’s blood-soaked western The Wild Bunch.He went on to play a weapons expert in Peckinpah’s 1975 film The Killer Elite.Hopkins’ more recent roles included his appearance in what would be his final film, Hillbilly Elegy, which was directed by Ron Howard, 68, and also starred Glenn Close, 75.'Book the hotel' - Jurgen Klopp makes promise to Liverpool fans after Real Madrid defeatLabour calls PM a 'tinpot despot' for tearing up ministerial rule bookYour daily horoscope for Sunday, May 29, 2022His TV credits include parts in The Rockford Files, Charlie’s Angels, The A-Team, and Dynasty.He is survived by his wife Sian Eleanor Green, 64, who he married in 1989, their son Matthew and daughter Jane Hopkins.Got a story?If you’ve got a celebrity story, video or pictures get in touch with the Metro.co.uk entertainment team by emailing us our Submit Stuff page – we’d love to hear from you.
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