'There was no talking, no one was on their phones, no one was snacking...all the things I hate about the cinema'.
When Cillian Murphy went to see 'A Quiet Place', he was mesmerised by the response the audience had to everything from the storyline, to the script and the sound. So, it should be no surprise to see the Cork man in the long-awaited sequel.
Speaking to Dermot and Dave, Cillian revealed that he thinks the only way to watch the latest installment in the story is 'in a dark room surrounded by strangers', though, this might just be to hide the fact that he eats jalapeno on his popcorn.
And of course, we couldn't chat to Tommy Shelby himself and not find out what's in store for the final series of Peaky Blinders. Cillian revealed a little bit of what we can expect when it lands on our screens, and paid tribute to his friend and co-star Helen McCrory.
You can catch the chat in full by clicking play in the post.