It’s finally here! Check out the first official trailer for Fallen.
Jeremy stars in this short film, featuring the Spring/Summer 2016 ready-to-wear collection of Dior, directed by Vincent van de Wijngaard. Screencaptures have also been added into the gallery.
Jeremy recently shared in his Instagram account about filming a music video with the band, Don Broco, and now it’s released. Check out the music video for the song, Nerve, below, and screencaps in our gallery.
Jeremy is this month’s cover star of Just Jared’s Spotlight. I have added outtakes to the gallery, and check out a behind-the-scenes video below:
Just Jared: What made you originally want to be an actor?
Jeremy Irvine: I think I got into acting because I kind of had not much else to do! I guess I was kind of looking for something challenging. I heard about the London Theater scene and it was very different from the upbringing that I had and it felt like a challenge. And the whole sort of London Theater schools, I was told that 6,000 apply and there are like 30 accepted to each one. I was like, “Yeah. Let’s see if we can do that!”
JJ: Was it true that you almost quit acting before your big break in War Horse?
JI: Yeah. I had a lot of time before I actually got my break so to speak. I was building websites for other actors. I worked in a grocery store back in the little village where I grew up but I found it mind-numbingly boring. One day I remember just going, “I will do anything so I don’t have to do this for another few years.” I was a shelf-stacking, bagging, check-out guy. I never expected acting to be anything but a hobby for me. Being able to do it for my job is like the icing or the cherry on top.
JJ: Your first big job out of the gate was with Steven Spielberg, so no pressure there, right?
JI: My first time acting for camera really was for Steven Spielberg in War Horse. I was trained in theater and I was actually working in theater at the time. I had a small role with the Royal Shakespeare Company, which is a huge prestigious theater company back in England. I honestly thought that was as good as it got. I was like, “This is great. If I never do anything more, at least I can say I’ve worked as an actor.” And then at the same time I was making my own short films and in the end it was those that I went looking for an agent with and told them it was professional work when it wasn’t. I don’t know if anyone believed me. One at least humored me enough that they took me on. I think I signed with them on a Friday night; I went up for War Horse on a Tuesday morning. So it was all a bit of a whirlwind for me. There was obviously a huge amount of pressure but then it was something that I had been working towards for the last five years. So when the chance came, there was no time to be nervous. There are a lot of people watching! You just have to do the job and when you come home at night, then you can freak out.