From a 1,000 year old vampire in “The Vampire Diaries” to a man fighting to preserve his humanity over years of terrible imprisonment in “Warhouse”, Joseph Morgan is certainly an actor not afraid to take on the tough roles.
“Warhouse”, co-written and directed by Luke Massey, and co-written and produced by Benjamin Read, it is a gripping, brutal psychological film with a supernatural edge that charts one man’s fight to preserve his humanity and sanity over years of terrible imprisonment. Royal Marine A.J. Budd (Joseph Morgan) awakes in a mysterious house and is forced to fight for his life every day against grotesque inhuman opponents. Trapped alone in an unchanging prison of unbreakable routines, he must kill every day or die himself.
On the eve of the film’s premiere at Cannes Market, we spoke with Joseph about inspiration, TV versus film, the return of Klaus, and joys of Twitter.
How did you become involved with this film?
I worked with Luke on a short film I co-directed with Matt Ryan, he knew Luke from his days in the RSC and so we called him up to ask if he wanted to DP our short. I had an instant creative connection with Luke so when he asked me if I’d be interested on working on a feature with him I jumped at the chance.
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