Jeffrey Dean Morgan thinks his version of 'Galway Girl' in PS I Love You is much better than Ed Sheeran's
He also talks about how much fun he and Gerard Butler had while filming the movie in Dublin.
Whether you want to believe it or not, PS I Love You has become a bit of a landmark moment for Irish cinema, as people continually turn back to re-watch the rom-com-dram, especially now that we've reached the ten-year anniversary of the movie's release in cinemas.
A few months back we had the opportunity to chat to Gerard Butler, and of course we had to bring up the hugely successful movie with him - did you know the $30 million movie made over $150 million worldwide?? - but this time we had the chance to chat to his PS I Love You co-star Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
Morgan, who kicked off his career with Grey's Anatomy before going on to star in Watchmen, The Walking Dead and as Bruce Wayne's dad in Batman V Superman, was in London to promote Rampage, the new blockbuster he co-stars in with The Rock (who we chatted to, too) and Naomie Harris (ditto).
While we did talk about the monkey business of that movie, we had to also chat about PS I Love You, his self-confessed "first proper movie role", and what it was like for him and Gerard Butler wandering around Dublin, guitars in one hand and a pint in the other.
We also chat about the fact that he beat Ed Sheeran to the punch for his version of 'Galway Girl', and how he feels about that comparison...
Full interview right here:
In case you've missed it...
We here in JOE really enjoyed Rampage, and you can hear our full review in the latest episode of The Big Reviewski, which you can check out at the very bottom of the page.
The movie is in cinemas right now, and in case you've missed it, here is the trailer for you to enjoy:
Clip via Warner Bros. Pictures