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Originally published by Tribute Magazine on Friday, March 15, 2002. All rights reserved.

Lights. Camera. Wide Mouth Mason!

Thanks to Patricia K. for sending us confirming details about the guys' upcoming feature film involvement. We've been waiting for more word about what we'd heard from our sources and Patricia brought us the goods! Thanks again Patricia!

By Jack Davids, Tribute Magazine

Actor Colin Farrell was pubbing it up in Toronto during his shoot for the next Al Pacino feature, The Farm. During his Canadian sojourn, the Dublin born Farrell said he enjoyed hogtown's pubs, especially the cozier bars like student-heavy Madison and Quail & Firkin.

The Farm portrays the clandestine CIA training ground in Camp Peary, Virginia, and the unraveling of a suspected mole in the facility. Farrell plays a young CIA-to-be who is trained by Pacino.

During the day's shoot in Norval, Ontario, a 30-minute jaunt from the city, 200 under-25 and oh-so-beautiful extras spent the day at the Nashville North dance club. Busting their booties to Wide Mouth Mason, the Canadian-bred band will also appear in the film.

The 25-year-old Farrell was last seen with Bruce Willis in Hart's War, and many have already labeled him as the new Brad Pitt. His charms, talent and good looks inked him on tinseltown's most wanted list and he will star in Steven Spielberg's Minority Report as a time cop hunting down Tom Cruise for a crime he has yet to commit.

So what does the actor think about overnight success? "I've had such fookin' good fortune. I've been at the right place at the right time, and had a lot of good breaks. I guess that's the way the stars align. I work as really hard as I can, and never take any shortcuts." He attributes his well-deserved fortune to director Joel Schumacher, who cast the Irish lad as a private in the Vietnam war epic Tigerland, which premiered in Toronto two years ago, and in the psychological brain-twister Phone Booth, that's yet to be released. Farrell, who recently broke up with wife, actress Amelia Warner, isn't prowling the dating scene but is taking it easy and concentrating on his career.

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