Eric Bana has returned to the TT to support two-time TT winner and friend Cameron Donald as he takes on the world-famous course.
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WORKING with English comedy king Ricky Gervais is so much fun, says Eric Bana, it should be illegal.
“It was toomuch fun,” says Bana of the Gervais-written and directed Netflix movie Special Correspondents.
“The thought that you could be paid to go and work on a film like this is almost criminal. I’d kill to work with him again.”
Special Correspondents is the story of cocksure New York radio news reporter Frank (Bana) and his browbeaten technician, Ian (Gervais).
Assigned to cover a rebel uprising in Ecuador, the pair miss their flight, but decide to send in reports anyway … from a Spanish restaurant across the street from the station.
Unsurprisingly, the hole they dig for themselves grows bigger by the second.
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Australian Eric Bana likes being a working actor in Hollywood, but his passion and his life can be found Down Under – and under the hood. Seth Doane hangs out with the “Special Correspondents” star, and learns how his talent for comedic impressions led to surprising career opportunities.
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Raul Castillo, America Ferrera, Eric Bana, Ricky Gervais, and Kevin Pollak attend the premiere of ‘Special Correspondents’ at Borough of Manhattan Community College during the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival on April 22, 2016 in New York City.
Public Appearances > 2016 > Premiere ‘Special Correspondents’ at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival – April 22, 2016