The actor was in Los Angeles attending the premiere of his new movie Hacksaw Ridge recently when, for reasons currently unclear, he brought up the Britpop band to a reporter with the United Kingdom’s Press Association.
“I do like a bit of Oasis,” Vaughn said, viathe NME. “I like both [Liam and Noel]… I’d like to see them bury the hatchet, those two. They’ve got to let it go at some point.”
Go let it out, Vince.
Not that Oasis is ever not a hot topic with the British press, but the band, which broke up in 2009 — causing Liam Gallagher to form the now-defunct Beady Eye and brother Noel to move forth with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds — are back in the news with the success of new documentary Supersonic. The film, which screens at the Kendall Square Cinema 9 in Cambridge for three showings tomorrow night (October 26), traces Oasis’ rise from obscurity to British pop royalty.
Supersonic was directed by Mat Whitecross, the visionary behind the 2010 BAFTA-nominated Ian Dury biopic Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll and 2012 comedy Spike Island, about a young Manchester rock group planning to personally deliver their demo to the Stone Roses.