Hello, everyone! Finn stopped by The IMDb Show to discuss about “Write When You Get Work” as he revealed to get some inspiration from Paul Newman, his days on set of Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken and guessed the movie where the line has been turned into a Shakespearean line. Watch it below:
Hello, everyone! Finn is currently promoting his new movie “Write When You Get Work” and stepped out at E! News #DailyPop studio to discuss about his character Jonny Collins and explained his absence from American Horror Story: Apocalypse. Watch it below:
Finn was interviewed during on the KTLA 5 Morning News, this Friday and discussed about his work on ACS: Versace and his new movie “Write When You Get Work”.
Our gallery was updated with pictures of latest events of Finn. He attended the U.S. premiere of ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ during the 56th New York Film Festival. Check our gallery!
In a PEOPLE exclusive trailer for his new film, the American Horror Storyactor plays Jonny Collins, a man dedicated to infiltrating the life of a woman named Ruth Duffy (Legion‘s Rachel Keller), who he used to know.
As Collins begins to spy on Duffy, he also comes to meet the wealthy Nan Noble (Emily Mortimer) who introduces him to the happenings of the upper class — which leads to a heist of epic proportions.
“My husband is in the middle of a public indictment,” Noble tells Collins. “There are things that I depend on to live my life. Will you help me?”
As it becomes clear Noble wants Collins’ help in stashing money away from federal investigators, he tells her, “Yes.”
“Write When You Get Work, the movie, is a love story and portrait of New York, a city where people live and walk in unexpected combinations, in their own heads but together,” the film’s director, Stacy Cochran, tells PEOPLE.
“The characters in the movie, Ruth and Jonny, and also Nan and Steven (James Ransone), have loved each other and lost each other,” she said. “They crowd each other, taunt each other, and evolve toward each other in wavy lines.”
The film also stars Scott Cohen and Jessica Hecht.
Write When You Get Work is in theaters Nov. 23.