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Mullen Monday: The Man on a Train edition

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I’m so excited because The Awesome Jill, my Sister Obsessive in Larry Mullen Jr. love, got to see Larry’s film debut in The Man on the Train:

And she gave it rave reviews! There was also the opportunity for a Q&A with the director afterwards and she reports Larry had “zero rock star attitude” and was, “willing to learn everything there was to know for the film and had a lot of humility.” In addition to making his film debut King Crush also produced and did the score. He’s a Quadruple Threat y’all!!

Here’s a great interview with Larry about the endeavor. Good for him for jumping in to something new and uncomfortable since he’s the Least Likely to Change in U2 🙂

Author: Amy H. Johnson

Amy H. Johnson is the author of The Fangirl Files a memoir about Boy Bands, TV Boyfriends and imaginary betrothals to 80s English pop stars. She prefers to be referred to as a "Cute Famous Boy Aficionado".

One thought on “Mullen Monday: The Man on a Train edition

  1. I’m so proud of him and the film. I hope he does get to do more films in the near future when he’s not strutting his stuff on stage with a bongo drum (because that is priority number one!) I’m also happy that he was a joy to be around on set (aww) And imagine being on the set knowing Larry Mullen Jr was there. I wonder if he was critiquing the tea service…you know he was 😉

    And that’s a great interview with him from THR. Interesting film choices. But I bet movie night at the Mullen residence is often interrupted with faint sounds of Edge rocking out on his beach!

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