Video interview where the actor speaks about the script for "Burns", Julia Stiles and working on "Beowulf and Grendel".
The Scottish star talks about donning the mask for his first musical.
The actor discusses being a strong male lead, the grueling process of film stunts and the pressure of being cast as the Phantom.
The Scottish thespian discusses the psychological effects of wearing the Phantom's mask, his singing ability and extreme working conditions in Iceland for "Beowulf and Grendel". Interview by Paul Fischer.
The Toronto Star interviews the Scottish actor as he reveals how his movie, "Beowulf and Grendel" relates to tribalism and ethnic cleansing. Registration required.
Emily Mortimer, the female lead in the movie "Dear Frankie", interviews the actor as they discuss their kissing scene, filming in Glasgow, his life as a lawyer trainee, and what it was like to sing for Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Gerard Butler reveals how the mask for the Phantom was chosen from hundreds of prototypes and how wearing it affected his performance. He also addresses the strenuous 6 day shooting schedule for the final lair scene.
Article reveals his experience with hypothermia, working in a carnival, disillusionment with his law career and acting by instinct.
The thespian discusses the love/hate relationship he has with himself, incongruities in his life and his feelings for an older, less complicated Scotland.
Interviewed by Karen Thomas, the performer shares his feelings regarding his dreadful days as a lawyer, his Mother's support of his career and his globe-trotting lifestyle.