Asked about the worst date he’d ever been on when he sat down with uk to talk about his new film The Lobster, the 39-year-old star didn’t hold back about how he felt about the whole concept of dating. ‘It seems like a very American concept that I can’t quite grasp the structure of… I can’t say I’ve been on bad dates, really, or on any.’ Farrell has been single for four years but claims he hasn’t resorted to Tinder. The venturesome bad boy confesses his number one turn-on ... With the help of his sons and family, infamous hottie Colin Farrell has apparently grown up – or at least he's on his way.
That's probably the most boring answer to a question that has ever been given, but it's what I really feel." Boring or not, we have to admit that it's extremely admirable of him."I could have done it earlier, for sure, and I would have saved a lot of money and a good deal of heartbreak, but I'm lucky enough to have made it anyway and I'm grateful for that. "All the madness and all the chaos and all the people around me got so tiring after a while that I had to find another way, and while I don't live a monk-like existence, I have a new appreciation for solitude that would have terrified me years ago. It was interesting to experience, but I'm glad it's passed."Now I do a bit of yoga, I like a nice hike and I drink dragon nasal juice." A conversation with Colin Farrell is always profanity-laced, often hilarious and usually profound and this time is no exception.He was inspired by his sister to attend the Gaiety Drama School in Dublin.Farrell made his first film around this time, appearing in .The film proved to be a commercial and critical disappointment.