Colin Farrell is dapper in suit as he hits the stage to speak at the 2016 Adobe EMEA Summit held at ExCel on Thursday (May 12) in London, England.
The 39-year-old actor, who is currently promoting his latest film The Lobster, recently spoke openly about love and relationships.
“I think each person’s purpose in life is far transcendent of finding someone,” Colin expressed (via The Daily Beast). “I think that’s a huge thing, if you find somebody to share your days with. That’s so beautiful. I think that’s one of the most beautiful potentials that we have as human beings, and as individuals in this shared experience.”
“I have friends who have met people on dating sites who have had really good relationships, and that’s great. Fu-k anyone else who says that’s bullsh-t. Why is it a bastion of honesty and sharing of truth to chat someone up at 6 o’clock in the morning in a club, or 2 o’clock in the morning in a club, with a belly full of Jack Daniels? That’s not exactly the real you either, you know what I mean?,” Colin added. “I’ve always been pretty optimistic about those kinds of things, all my life, as long as I can remember being exposed to the concept of love or romance. I think the older you get, the more you can see pure romance as a trap and something that’s a cloak, as opposed to a veil falling, which it presents itself as initially.”
FYI: Colin is wearing Dolce&Gabbana.