Co-stars and friends Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal celebrated Andrew’s birthday doing shots in a Spanish gay bar, and fans’ reactions are hilarious.
The two actors appear together in director Andrew Haigh’s new queer fantasy romance flick All of Us Strangers.
And last weekend the two actors were spotted partying at gay bar LaLupe in Valladolid, Spain.
In the photos spread by fan
They were also out with Irish actor Fionn O’Shea, who you may recognise from gay teen flick Handsome Devil.
Paul Mescal partying with Andrew Scott and Fionn O’Shea! pic.twitter.com/eOnb8R76Xi
— best of paul mescal (@paulmescalfiles) October 22, 2023
this is my heartstopper… https://t.co/P85yXhc2Tt
— yunus (@yunusque) October 22, 2023
i ❤️ the great and proud nation of ireland https://t.co/AiuWURcZBc
— ✩ mitya (@IWWVlLLAINS) October 23, 2023
oh to be between them in every sinful way https://t.co/E6BN6Clxq8
— giuseppe (@gius_tificato) October 23, 2023
i was the target audience https://t.co/yM6wfdtIJM
— gail (@phildonephy) October 23, 2023
Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal in All of Us Strangers
The nightclub photos come as Andrew and Paul star in All of Us Strangers. It’s from director Andrew Haigh, of Weekend and Looking fame.
Andrew Scott plays screenwriter Adam, who meets his enigmatic neighbour Harry (Mescal) in his nearly-empty London apartment block.
As the two men’s relationship evolves, Adam reflects on his past, returning to his childhood home.
There the gay man discovers his late parents, played by Claire Foy and Jamie Bell, are seemingly alive, appearing as they were when they died 30 years earlier.
This week, new stills of the flick also arrived showing the two characters.
— All of Us Strangers (@AOUStrangers) October 20, 2023
All of Us Strangers isn’t out in Australian cinemas until January 18, 2024. But if you’re in Brisbane you can see it early from this weekend as part of the Brisbane International Film Festival.
The first reviews for the film have been glowing, with The Hollywood Reporter noting Haigh gives the film “a keen perceptiveness about human nature, desire, fear, loss and the restorative power of connection”.
Watch the trailer for All of Us Strangers below:
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