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Congrats to Mikey Ireland who after 6 years at Appian Way has joined Fox as their new VP, Production.
Michael Ireland will oversee development for Fox.
Michael Ireland, a 1995 Southwestern Central School graduate, served as on-set producer for the film.
According to Ireland, he's produced movies, such as "Red Riding Hood" and "Orphan," and a lot of television shows, but "Out of the Furnace" is easily the most rewarding experience of his career thus far. "Getting a movie made is partly luck, but it's mostly effort," Ireland said. "I think people in the area will recognize some of the characters in the movie," Ireland said. Michael Ireland "It's doing OK at the box office, but critically, the response has been phenomenal," Ireland continued. "People are praising the filmmaking and performances as throwbacks to the great cinema of the 1970s." Ireland, who is currently working as vice president of production for Twentieth Century Fox, found the script for "Out of the Furnace" four years ago while working at Appian Way, Leonardo DiCaprio's production company, he said. "We put the project together with the director and our producing partners," Ireland said. "It took a long, circuitous route to production, but once Christian said he was on board, everything moved at the speed of light." However, it wasn't just Bale who made working on the project enjoyable for Ireland. Everyone involved brought an enormous amount of talent, he said. "Great crew, great cast and great city," Ireland said. "Working with people who are that talented is kind of awe inspiring. To be honest, they were all so good I didn't have to do anything besides sit at Video Village and eat snacks all day." Yet, out of everyone Ireland collaborated with on the film, his experience with Cooper is one of the major reasons the project was rewarding, he said. "He is at the top of the list - a true artist and good friend," Ireland said. "It was over Easter, so I got to see my family for the holiday," Ireland said. "I also spent Mother's Day with my mom, which I don't think has happened since college. We went to a fancy restaurant called Applebee's." Ireland currently lives in Los Angeles, with his wife, Jay, and their dog, Lloyd, who is named after the "Say Anything" character.
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Trustee Mike Ireland asked what would happen if someone paid only part of their bill and how much money would go toward water service and how much would go toward street maintenance.
Those type of scenarios could actually make it more cumbersome and take more time administratively for us to do it, which could take away of any chance ... of cost savings, Ireland said.