Joseph Gilgun Network

Joseph Gilgun Network

Welcome to Joseph Gilgun Network! You may know Joe from This Is England, Misfits and more. You can catch Joe appearing in upcoming titles such as Pride, This Is England '90 and Enemy of Man. Here you will find all the latest news/updates on Joe's career, a comprehensive photo gallery and don't forget to check out our growing video archive. Enjoy your stay!


We simply cannot thank you all enough for making this film a reality. We wouldn’t be here without you all believing in the potential of this film, the filmmakers and the cast.

The amount of support and enthusiasm the project has received across social media has been nothing less than incredible.

It was truly you guys that made this happen!

It has been a very emotional, inspiring and humbling 28 days and an experience we will not soon forget.


Stay tuned over the next few months for updates on the progress of the film, as we now start the hard work of bringing one of Shakespeare’s most beloved works to life. We can’t wait to share the journey with you!

Thank you all again for such an amazing experience.

Vincent and the team


Today we are delighted to be able to confirm two new cast members!
We are even more pleased to be able to bring the news to you first – the people who have backed and supported Enemy of Man.
So without further ado, the two new cast members are…

Joe Gilgun exploded onto the acting scene with his portrayal of Woody in Shane Meadow’s This is England. He has since gone on to shine in Misfits as well as roles in Lockout and Harry Brown. He is a wonderful actor who brings the characters to life with an electric energy. We can’t wait to see what he does with the role of Gallow – a soldier of fortune with a pivotal part to play in Macbeth’s schemes.

Source & Official Enemy of Man Kickstarter Page – Please Donate!!!

An independent feature film of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth starring Sean Bean, Rupert Grint and Charles Dance.
The Lure of Ambition

Enemy of Man is an ambitious feature length retelling of William Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy, Macbeth.

This will be the feature directorial debut of actor Vincent Regan. Vincent is no stranger to Shakespeare. Although known for such films as The Messenger, 300, and Troy, he is a veteran of the Royal Shakespeare and National theaters and has directed and acted in Macbeth on the London stage.

The Enemy of Man will have a unique cinematic quality, stripping back the dialogue and cranking up the action. It traverses a bleak, frozen landscape of shattered castles and pillaged towns, rendering the interior world that clouds Macbeth and Lady Macbeth’s addled minds, as they sink deeper into their heart of darkness. A timeless masterpiece of war, ambition, betrayal, murder and ultimately, revenge.

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