I get it: I'm an actor and I'm a mouthpiece, blah, blah, blah." "But it's outrageous; there's no one that wouldn't say it's outrageous. It also is just unnecessary; it doesn't need to be happening. This leads inevitably to talk of love and romance, a subject the actor is something of an expert at, having been linked to a string of beautiful women during a seven year romantic whirl through Hollywood."Yes, I've had some very romantic times in my life," he allows, "and I'd like to think of myself as a romantic – if I ever thought of myself.
Colin Farrell strolls into the hotel suite, grimacing as he sips from a glass of disgusting-looking green liquid.
We are talking in a hotel in New York's Soho district where the actor is staying while he promotes his latest film, the romantic fairy tale-fantasy A New York Winter's Tale, based on the 1983 novel by Mark Helprin.