Dominic Monaghan as Crookshank / Photo Courtesy of Samuel Goldwyn Films © Margate House Films LLC 2020
In 1839, Sir James Brooke (Jonathan Rhys Meyers, “The 12th Man”) fled Victorian England to explore Borneo. After a pirate attack, Brooke allies with rival princes to seize a rebel fort. To save prisoners from beheading, Brooke agrees to be crowned Rajah. James begs the Royal Navy for a steamship to fight pirates, but the British want his kingdom as a colony. Makota’s pirates massacre Brooke’s capital, leaving James half-dead. To save his people, he must shed Englishness and embrace the jungle: “All of it, the beauty and the blood.”
Dominic Monaghan’s debut was on television in 1996 in BBC’s Hetty Wainthropp Investigates. He received international recognition for playing Merry in the Lord of the Rings Trilogy. His popularity has led him to include appearing in other films like X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Star Wars: EpisodeIX – The Rise of Skywalker. Monaghan is also known for playing Charlie in the ABC series Lost and others like The Unknown, 100 Code and Quantum Break and Bite Club.
From 2012-2016 he hosted his own television show Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan. Music lovers remember him for being part of the music video “Love the Way You Lie” by Eminem featuring Rihanna.
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I was connected with Dominic Monaghan a couple of weeks ago to talk about his participation in the new film Edge Of The World. He shared his experience filming, getting to explore the set location with the company of his castmates and a film souvenir he got to take home. In addition, to some discussing a little about his popular past projects.
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Edge Of The World is available on Digital and VOD June 4th, 2021
Source: LRM Exclusive