For your direct-to-video eyes only….
“Troubled secret agent “Blackbird” abruptly retires from service and opens a luxurious nightclub in the Caribbean to escape the dark shadows of his past. An old flame arrives and reignites love in his life but she brings danger with her. ”
Blackbird (2018) Starring Michael Flatley, Nicole Evans, Eric Roberts and Patrick Bergin
John Gallen writes;
As the movie is still in post-production there;s no trailer as yet, but there is a poster (above) Independent.ie are referenced, obviously without having seen the film, on the second movie poster with the line “Michael Flatley as you have never seen him before”. Meanwhile, Donald Clarke (Irish Time film critic) has gone all biblical on it…
Previously: Live And Let Jig
Michael Flatley (left) with director of photography, Luke Palmer in Barbados
Michael Flatley is funding, directing and starring in his first feature-length film, a new spy thriller.
The Chicago-born performer, who will play a former spy, is currently filming in Barbados. He was seen there on his yacht with actor Eric Roberts, who is playing the bad guy in the as yet unnamed film.
Irish dance hero Michael Flatley filming self-financed movie in Barbados (Irish Central)
Carlos the Strange writes:
Flatley… Spy Movie…So many headline possibilities for this post. I still prefer Sean-nós Connery…
Pic: Michael Flatley (Instagram)
Michael Flatley (top) and (above) ‘The Power’ (€70,000 – €90,000)
But this is acrylic.
Let your feet do the painting.
Otis Blue writes:
Hoof-hearted? Dancing Barefoot? Never mind the Pollocks? Michael Flatley’s “unique” art on sale now. Not cheap mind….
Michael Flatley – Morgan O’Driscoll Auctioneers
We gather together to mourn,
An object which used to adorn,
The home of a dancer,
Before some low chancer,
Got his hands on the poor fellow’s horn.
We don’t know much about podiatry.
But those feet suck.
Michael Flatley. Lord Of the Toe Paintings, in Saturday’s Irish Times magazine.
Thanks Ciaran Le Cool
“Tis’ better than the ones on the streets of Chicago with only me little flute and a coupla’ bendy ankles to keep me warm.”