I wanted to not just go, Okay, it's the '80s, and just pick two big tracks from the '80s.
I come in like I'm war-painted up for the next battle, in an audition, in the middle of Sydney, on like a Tuesday morning.
But I'm very happy to announce that I'm going to be a part of that project.
["Hungry Like the Wolf" and "Come on Eileen" both came out in 1982.], in L.
A.], five or six days ago, and the director of photography Tim Ives and the costume designer Kim Wilcox are working on a film together in Vancouver. I get so self-conscious, so it was a nice reprieve from that, to be able to do that at home, during the day, while none of my family was home, and just go for it, to just have that moment of freedom, and be able to show them that I can have that uninhibited freedom. Look, it was an interesting evening, but I think all was rectified when I got the call the next morning.
Both Australian men were from Perth Australia although from different backgrounds.
And that is where the fairytale end as both relationships were destined to have very different outcomes.
So I drew the main [film] character's family tree and a map of the place where he comes from all over my arms and my chest, just all over my body with permanent marker.
Justin could have very easily said, this is ridiculous, because it's so ludicrous.
So tell me about your choice to use Duran Duran's "Hungry Like the Wolf" and Dexy's Midnight Runners' "Come On Eileen" in the tape.