Hey Hollywood! Irish actor Colin Farrell says he's ready for a blockbuster role.
"I love good action films," he said. "I love the spectacle of guns in the cinema, I really do."
Mind you, at least our Colin's honest enough to own up to a more base consideration - the bottom line.
"I'd love a big payday cheque," the 33-year-old star said. "I have no moral revulsion to that at all."
A blockbuster role wouldn't be too much of a stretch for Farrell who did well in the movie thrillers; 'Daredevil," "Miami Vice" and "Minority Report."
"It's just whatever you respond to. If I could find something that was a really big film that I liked," he said.
Farrell is currently in Toronto plugging three films; "Ondine," "Triage" and "London Boulevard."
The father-to-be also admitted that fatherhood with Ondine co-star Alicja Bachleda wasn't going to slow him down.
"Like, just do Pixar films? I don't think so," he said.
Instead, Farrell, whose most recent hits included the smaller movies, "In Bruges" and "Cassandra's Dream," said he's ready for the big time!