"I went back last year to celebrate the 15th anniversary. The film industry's dream, it is the epitome of glamour. Colin Firth told me to enjoy myself and not to get tired of the red carpet. It's not just the British tendency to cynicism. There are incredible highs when you fly first class and meet your heroes around the globe. It's a waste if you don't enjoy it. "This life is only going to last a few short years,fake watches so I want to make it a great one. I take my friends or my mother, and treat it as a party."
Irvine has a thoughtful answer to the question of what's next: "I played a small role in Jack Whitehall’s The Bad Education Movie, and I would love to do more comedy." I like historical stuff too - I was able to visit the Death Railway with The Railway Man and clear a section. I enjoy the research and playing real people, but there is also a lot of responsibility. This was a feeling I felt with Billionaire Boys Club, because we were portraying real people who are still alive and showing them as they are.
"It was really fun. You can do all the things that your conscience won't let you do in real life. Billionaire Boys Club broke the record for damage - but all in character. I jumped onto a table that we had rented, with disastrous results. "Yeah you guys filmed at my house and damaged my $50,000 marble table," he said two weeks later, during a dinner with a producer.
The table incident did not end Irvine's Hollywood dream. After final reshoots in September for Billionaire Boys Club, the movie will be released later this year. It also stars Kevin Spacey,zenith replica
a young Welsh actor, and Taron Egerton. The Beautiful Fantastic will follow in January 2017 and star Jessica Brown Findlay (Moriarty from Sherlock) with Andrew Scott. Irvine hopes to return to theatre after this. The London stage may have to wait longer for Irvine, judging from the high demand of his work and the impending date he will be having at a Fleurier watchmaker's table.