If this entire performing factor doesn’t work out for Gerard Butler, he has one other occupation in thoughts — working as a park ranger.
“… Going to work in a nationwide park as a land commissioner or one thing,” he advised Web page Six completely on the premiere of his new motion flick, “Airplane.”
“I like the concept of being compelled into — not compelled into nature — however to have that as my on a regular basis expertise, to be in nature.”
The “300” star advised us that’s one of many causes he loves his residence nation of Scotland.
“I feel it’s probably the most stunning locations on the earth,” he enthused. “And infrequently my holidays are to locations like Iceland, into the center of nowhere.”
Whereas Butler might imagine Scotland’s surroundings is beautiful, he’s not so gung-ho concerning the meals.
“I feel we’ve some attention-grabbing dishes, proper?” he famous diplomatically. “We’ve some traditionally fascinating dishes which might be undoubtedly an expertise for the palate.
“However no, I feel we’re recognized for different issues. You realize, we’ve our whiskeys, we’ve our music, our bagpipes, you realize, we’ve our kilts, however the French have their delicacies. The Italians have a delicacies. I’d not say that it will be our first option to say, ‘Let’s go to a Scottish restaurant’ if we’re speaking about wonderful, delectable delicacies, proper?”
Within the motion film “Airplane,” Butler performs an airline pilot who saves his passengers from a lightning strike by touchdown on a war-torn island. He’s compelled to take care of harmful rebels and has to group up with an accused assassin who was being transported by the FBI.
After the film premiere, Butler, together with co-star Mike Colter and director Jean-François Richet, partied at The Skylark, the place presumably Butler didn’t eat any Scottish meals. Butler did have a merry time celebrating, as we hear he didn’t go away till 1 a.m.
“Airplane” was launched in theaters on Friday.