“Ray Donovan” became one of Showtime’s biggest critical and commercial hits – and thrust Liev Schreiber back into the spotlight as the iconic titular character.
Now, during an appearance at the Kalovy Vary International Film Festival (via Variety), the actor commented on the possibility of reprising the role, saying that, in fact, it’s something he would consider doing.
“I would consider. has always been the baby of [chefe da Showtime] David Nevins. I know he loves this character and this story, and I wouldn’t be surprised to hear more from him,” Schreiber commented.
Recalling that the film based on the series arrived at Paramount + Brazil in January of this year.
Remember the trailer:
“The new film picks up where Season 7 left off, with Mickey on his rampage and Ray determined to find and stop him before he can cause more carnage. The production will also mix up the current sequels of the Donovan/Sullivan rivalry, Ray and Mickey’s origin story dating back 30 years.”
The series, in turn, follows the life of the titular character, a man who runs an agency whose job it is to solve problems caused by the rich and famous in Los Angeles. While dealing with celebrity neuroses, he also has to take care of his struggling Irish family.
The cast also includes Jon Voight, Paula Malcomson, Kerris Dorsey, Devon Bagby, Eddie Marsan, Dash Mihok, Pooch Hall and Elliot Gould.
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