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The second of the films to appear on the Irish App Store this week is the new film, The Secret Service, by Steven Spielberg and directed by David Fincher.
It stars Chris Evans as the Secret Service agent tasked with investigating a mysterious new threat in the country, and will be available on the App Store for €4.99.
On the other side of the coin, you’ll also find the new Irish Film Appreciation Day, which will also be available to download.
The app will give users the chance to pay homage to Ireland’s great film history.
“The first film was released in 1987, and was an absolute smash hit and has become one of Ireland’s most enduring cultural icons,” said Richard Bannister, general manager of Ireland Film Ireland.
“It’s been translated into a variety of languages and is now available on more than 150 platforms worldwide, and has helped to bring Ireland’s cultural heritage to millions of viewers worldwide.”
Read more about The Secret Services here: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0790670/?ref_=tt_tweets The latest Irish movie to be announced at the Irish Film Awards is the forthcoming adaptation of the bestselling children’s book, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring.
Read more here: http://theguardian.com.au/film/2018/jan/08/david-fincher-films-film-in-ireland-australian-film The film is a sequel to the 2003 film The Lord Of The Rings: Return of the King, and stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Frodo Baggins, Michael Gambon as Bilbo Baggins and Idris Elba as Samwise Gamgee.
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