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Interpol bassist Carlos Dengler is set pursue a career in acting, according to reports.

Dengler is apparently playing a drug dealer in a forthcoming movie, which has already shot some scenes in Chicago.

The shoot has a working title of 'My Friends Told Me About You', and according to Pitchfork, Dengler is also producing.

This is just another aspect of Dengler’s movie-prowess. The star's resume also includes film scores for 'The Devil Wears Prada' and 'Ice Age 2’.

Meanwhile, Interpol continue their trek to support new album 'Our Love To Admire'. The dates are:

Grand Rapids, MI - Orbit Room (July 27)
Detroit, MI - State Theater (28)
Milwaukee, WI - The Rave (30)
Indianapolis, IN - Egyptian Room (31)
St. Louis, MO - Pageant (August 1)
Covington, KY - Madison Theatre (3)
Chicago, IL - Grant Park (Lollapalooza) (4)
Baltimore, MD - Pimlico Race Course (Virgin Festival) (5)
Toronto, Ontario - V Festival (8)
Montreal, Quebec - Osheaga Music and Arts Festival (September 9)
Albany, NY - Palace Theatre (10)
Boston, MA - Agganis Arena (12)
New York, NY - Madison Square Garden (14)
Philadelphia, PA - Tower Theatre (15)
Raleigh, NC - Disco Rodeo (16)
Orlando, FL - Hard Rock Live (18)
Miami, FL - BankUnited Center (19)
Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle (21)
Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium (22)
New Orleans, LA - Sugar Mill (23)
Houston, TX - Verizon Wireless Theatre (25)
Austin, TX - Stubb's Bar-B-Q (26)
Dallas, TX - Palladium (27)
Kansas City, KS - Uptown (October 10)
Chicago, IL - Aragon Ballroom (11)
Minneapolis, MN - State Theatre (12)
Denver, CO - Fillmore (14)
Salt Lake City, UT - McKay Center (15)
Boise, ID - Big Easy (16)
Seattle, WA - WaMu Theater (18)
Portland, OR - Memorial Coliseum (19)
San Francisco, CA - Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (20)
Los Angeles, CA - The Forum (23)

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