The All of Us Strangers actors were spotted taking celebratory shots in honor of Scott’s birthday!
We did not think our excitement for Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal’s upcoming fantasy drama could surge any higher, but the two actors are proving us wrong. This weekend they provided us with some delightful off-screen content to adore.
In a series of images shared online, Scott and Mescal are seen partying and having fun in a gay club with fellow actor Fionn O’Shea.
It looks like the outing was in honor of Scott’s 47th birthday, which he celebrated on October 21. But the real question is, who gave them the right to show off so much skin?
However, these were only some of the photos of Scott and Mescal to surface recently. Fresh stills from All of Us Strangers were unveiled by Searchlight Pictures, featuring both men exuding a shared sense of shirtless brooding.
On Sharing a Screen
All of Us Strangers is an adaptation of the Japanese novel of the same name by Taichi Yamada. British filmmaker Andrew Haigh will direct it. It follows Adam (Scott), a man living in a lonely tower block in London. When Adam has a chance encounter with his neighbor Harry (Mescal), his whole world is turned upside down. Though sparks fly between the London boys, not everything is as simple as it seems. Adam “is preoccupied with memories of the past and finds himself drawn back to the suburban town where he grew up and the childhood home where his parents (Claire Foy and Jamie Bell) appear to be living, just as they were on the day they died, 30 years before.”
The film has been impressing audiences at various film festivals, earning acclaim for the intense chemistry between the lead actors.
See Scott and Mescal fall for each other when All of Us Strangers premieres in theaters on December 22.
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