Interview: Karen Gillan talks Sleeping Dogs + What She Learned From Russell Crowe

We interview the great Karen Gillan about her role opposite Russell Crowe in the dark thriller Sleeping Dogs.

Most know Karen Gillan as Nebula in the MCU or from the newer Jumanji films. Or if you’re a weirdo like me you remember her from her great work in the third season of NTSF:SD:SUV. As her time as Nebula draws to a close, she’s been popping up in some really interesting Indie work. While her role was brief, she had quite the screen presence in last year’s Next Exit. And I’m not sure if you’re aware but Russell Crowe has been absolutely killing it lately. So I was very excited to see Gillan and Crowe team up for a new crime thriller.

Sleeping Dogs takes the viewer on a very interesting journey of discovery. Gillan’s Laura Baines is quite layered and allows a little more grey area.

Sleeping Dogs synopsis: In this gripping crime thriller, Russell Crowe stars as Roy Freeman, an ex-homicide detective withafracturedmemory,forcedtorevisitacasehecan’tremember.Asaman’slife hangs in the balance on death row, Freeman must piece together the brutal evidence from a decade-old murder investigation, uncovering a sinister web of buried secrets and betrayals linking to his past. With only instincts to trust, he faces a chilling truth -sometimes, it’s best to let sleeping dogs lie.

SLEEPING DOGS IS NOW PLAYING IN THEATERS. READ OUR REVIEW!

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Tyler Nichols is a horror fanatic who resides in Michigan and is always on the hunt for the next great film. When not scouring the internet for movie news, he is usually off watching something dark, writing nonsensical musings, or playing in some fantastical video game world. While horror takes up most of his time, he still makes time for films of all types, with a certain affinity for the strange and unusual. He’s also an expert on all things Comic Book Cinema. In addition to reviews and interviews here on JoBlo.com, Tyler also helps with JoBlo Horror Originals where he’s constantly trying to convince viewers to give lesser-known horror films a chance.