class=”alignleft size-thumbnail wp-image-151414″ title=”Luke Goss – Interview with a Hitman” src=”×150.jpg” alt=”” width=”220″ height=”150″ />Luke Goss first rose to prominence in the United Kingdom as one half of the hugely successful boy band Bros, and now, having since turned his head to acting, appears in Perry Bhandal’s upcoming feature Interview with a Hitman – and we were fortunate enough to spend some time with the starring role.

Hitting our screens on July 20, Interview with a Hitman is a stylistic crime thriller that tells the story of a hitman (Goss) who reflects back over his daring and dangerous life, hoping to come to terms with issues that had since been left unresolved.

Having starred in films such as Blade II and The Man, Goss discusses his move into acting, as well as his desire to finally start performing in British productions following a lengthy stint in the US. Goss also reveals the differences between big Hollywood blockbusters and smaller indie British films such as this one, whilst also discussing his delight at working with first-time film maker Bhandal…

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