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Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMovies · 1 decade ago

Leonardo DiCaprio to star in a Irish version of Braveheart?

This has been known for quite sometime now. DiCaprio is meant to play an Irish King who defeared the Viking invaders to Ireland. They are calling it the Irish Version Of Braveheart. Anyone know anything?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    yeah, its in the works but you'll be waiting for about 4 or more years...it BBC...reports are now circulating heavily that Leonardo DiCaprio and Vinnie Jones will join forces in a historical epic feature entitled "Freedom Within the Heart." In the project, set 1,000 years ago, DiCaprio reportedly has been billed as Brian Boru, the High King of Ireland, while Jones his nemesis, Ivor of Limerick. Story is said to put focus on the king, who united the country in battle against a Viking threat. Claiming the actors' involvement was Limerick.com, which further stated the two would come under the direction of Irish filmmaker Mark Mahon to film the picture in the village of Tuamgraney in County Clare, Ireland, should the Irish Film Board accepts a bid for the production to shoot there. Principal photography is expected to be able to start at the beginning of next year with hopes for the movie to boost Irish tourism in the same way movies like "Braveheart" and "Rob Roy" did.

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  • 1 decade ago

    DE Caprio--yuck. He looks more like a deformed leprechaun! Just hope the history is more accurate than that in Braveheart!

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  • Erika
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    4 years ago

    It's a tie among "Inception" and "Titanic". :) I cherished them each. You must see Inception!! :) I additionally appreciated "Gangs of New York". But severely, Leonardo Dicaprio is in plenty of well films. I suppose he is a excellent actor.

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