Interpol Frontman Paul Banks = Leading Actor?
Musician Stars in a Feature Length Film
Interpol frontman Paul Banks likes to keep busy, it seems. In addition to his day job, the musician recently dropped an excellent self-titled solo album. And now comes word that he’s an actor as well? Seriously dude, you’re making the rest of us look bad.
Check out the trailer for Mine to Kill. In it, Banks plays Geoffrey Kendle, a bored executive who suddenly finds himself accused of a crime he didn’t commit. No word yet on a proper release date.
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