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This week's Late Late Show looks set to be an absolute cracker, with brothers, UFC coach, John and Snapchat star, James Kavanagh, both set to make appearances.

Despite following completely different career paths, the well-known siblings both found fame in their respective fields, and with larger-than-life personalities, viewers are most certainly in for a treat.

 

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Also in studio is Colm 'The Gooch' Cooper, who will be discussing the controversy surrounding his upcoming testimonial dinner, as well as the highlights from his hugely successful football career.

Irish director, Jim Sheridan, will also be on the couch, chatting about his search for the perfect actor to play Thin Lizzy frontman, Phil Lynott, in his upcoming project.

Ryan will also sit down to author, Stefanie Preissner, who is back with her new book, Why Can’t Everything Just Stay the Same?.

Tune in to The Late Late Show this Friday at 9.35pm on RTÉ One.

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Filmmaker Jim Sheridan is in talks with HBO bosses about the prospect of turning his film In America, which deals with the issue of illegal immigration in the States, into a TV series.

He revealed: "It could be HBO, but I don't want to say for definite before we sign the deal.

"I want to tell the story of illegal aliens; the people on the edges of American society. It will focus on the Irish community in the States."

Sheridan believes that TV shows give directors greater scope for creativity than feature films, so it’s no wonder he is eager to get the project going. We hope it goes ahead!

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