Jan. 27th, 2014

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In the role of Royal Marine, A.J. Budd, Joseph Morgan (IMMORTALS, “The Originals”) stars in this brutal psychological and supernatural thriller, in which he finds himself trapped in the Warhouse. Imprisoned, he is forced to fight for his life against grotesque, inhuman opponents. He must kill every day or die himself. His one glimmer of hope comes in the form of a diary, left by a former occupant of the house, WWI Lieutenant Edward Sterling, played by Matt Ryan (FLYPAPER, “Criminal Minds Suspect Behavior”). ARMISTICE is currently available on iTunes.

On Demand Weekly’s Sabrina Luppi spoke with Joseph Morgan about ARMISTICE, his previous roles and VOD.

On Demand Weekly (ODW): Are you doing so many horror/thriller movies & TV shows by choice or is it more coincidental?
Joseph Morgan (JM)
: It’s choice really. The more I do the more I get offered. But I’m quite happy to be working predominantly in genre just because that’s always what I’ve watched and read growing up that’s what I’ve been primarily interested in. I read graphic novels and watch a lot of film and TV and most of it is genre stuff so I am a huge fan.

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Recently we caught up with “The Originals’” Joseph Morgan to talk a bit about his latest film, Armistice, as well as playing the anti-hero and of course the finer and favorite parts of portraying Klaus Mikaelson. Read on for the goods.

First, Morgan spoke about what attracted him to Armistice. “Working with the director, Luke Massey, was the main thing that attracted me to the project. I worked with him on a short film previously with Matt Ryan, who played the other role in Armistice. Luke was the director of photography, and it was just a great experience.”

“Luke was very much into the same films as I was and the same comics and books so we geeked out a lot together. When he presented me with Armistice, which is his directorial debut, and then I met Ben [Read], who wrote the film with him, it just seemed like the perfect opportunity to collaborate on a deeper level.”

“I had a fair bit of acting experience just before making it, but I didn’t have the profile that I have now, and I certainly didn’t have the experience of working on something not only as an actor but also on a producing level and being creatively involved in the decision-making pertaining to story and character development. Being a part of that inner circle was really, really attractive to me. It was a very rewarding experience. Not everything is as you’d expect it to be by the film’s end. This is something that I know I’ll be proud of for the rest of my career.”

In Armistice Morgan carries pretty much the entire film on his shoulders so we then spoke about the challenges he faced as an actor as a result. “I wonder if I’ll ever get to play a role again in my career where I have those moments to create. Especially now being in a TV show where the show is 42 and a half minutes long so your dialogue really has to be rattled off. There’s very rarely time in which you can spend a moment contemplating. It’s very punchy, and you often find that if you do have those moments, they end up being edited out to meet the time frame.”

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