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Hugh Grant filmed his Gentlemen scenes in just four days

Hugh Grant filmed his Gentlemen scenes in just four days

Hugh Grant filmed his scenes for ‘The Gentlemen’ in just four days. The 59-year-old actor stars as Fletcher in the action crime film directed by Guy Ritchie, and it has been claimed by his co-star Charlie Hunnam – who plays Raymond – that Hugh managed to deliver "45 pages of monologue" in just four days on set. When asked about the time they spent together whilst ... »

Martin Scorsese ‘needed Netflix to make The Irishman’

Martin Scorsese ‘needed Netflix to make The Irishman’

Martin Scorsese couldn’t have made ‘The Irishman’ without the support of Netflix, according to Thelma Schoonmaker. The 80-year-old film editor has claimed that the legendary director wouldn’t have been able to make the widely acclaimed crime movie – which stars Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci – without the financial strength of the streaming platform. Sp... »

Daniel Radcliffe fears losing his career

Daniel Radcliffe fears losing his career

Daniel Radcliffe is afraid of losing his career. The ‘Escape from Pretoria’ actor – who shot to fame in the lead role of the ‘Harry Potter’ franchise when he was just 11 – admitted one of his biggest fears, outside of death or illness, is to be told he is no longer allowed to work anywhere near a movie set. Asked what he’s afraid of, he admitted: "Lot... »

Robert Zemeckis ‘set to direct live-action Pinocchio’

Robert Zemeckis ‘set to direct live-action Pinocchio’

Robert Zemeckis is reportedly poised to direct Disney’s live-action ‘Pinocchio’. The 67-year-old filmmaker has been tasked with helming and co-writing Disney’s latest effort to turn one of its animated classics into a money-spinning live-action film. Zemeckis will work on the project with Chris Weitz, who is also producing alongside Andrew Miano, according to Variety. At th... »

Terry Gilliam admits it is extraordinary to finally make Don Quixote

Terry Gilliam admits it is extraordinary to finally make Don Quixote

Terry Gilliam admits it is an "extraordinary" feeling for him to finally bring ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ to the big screen. The former ‘Monty Python’ star first conceived the idea to turn Miguel de Cervantes’ 17th century novel ‘Don Quixote’ into a movie back in 1989 but Gilliam tried and failed to get the project off the ground on a numbe... »

Hugh Laurie: David Copperfield story is touching

Hugh Laurie: David Copperfield story is touching

Hugh Laurie says his new movie ‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’ is "touching". The 60-year-old actor plays the role of Mr. Dick in Armando Iannucci’s adaptation of the Charles Dickens’ 1850 novel and suggests that audiences are likely to be charmed by the characters in the film, which also stars Dev Patel and Peter Capaldi. In an interview on ‘The... »

Bill Murray: New Ghostbusters is emotional

Bill Murray: New Ghostbusters is emotional

Bill Murray says fans are going to love ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ because the "script is good" and has "lots of emotion in it". The 69-year-old actor is reprising his role as Dr. Peter Venkman in the film – which is a direct sequel to the original 1984 ‘Ghostbusters’ movie and 1989′s ‘Ghostbusters II’ – and he agreed to come... »

Barbara Broccoli: We need new roles for women

Barbara Broccoli: We need new roles for women

James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli says there’s no reason why women should take over roles traditionally played by men. The 59-year-old Eon Productions boss recently ruled out the prospect of the suave spy becoming a woman on screen and she thinks the onus should be on filmmakers to create exciting new roles for actresses rather than change existing characters. Barbara has done this with d... »

Denis Villeneuve wants to make another Blade Runner film

Denis Villeneuve wants to make another Blade Runner film

Denis Villeneuve wants to make another ‘Blade Runner’ film. The 52-year-old filmmaker revived the franchise with 2017′s ‘Blade Runner 2049′, a sequel to Sir Ridley Scott’s 1982 cult classic which was based on Philip K. Dick’s novel ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?’ The sci-fi sequel received a positive reception from critics and Denis has ... »

Tina Fey’s Mean Girls musical heading to big screen

Tina Fey’s Mean Girls musical heading to big screen

Tina Fey’s ‘Mean Girls’ musical is to be adapted into a film. Paramount – who were behind the original 2004 ‘Mean Girls’ movie, which the musical is based on – have confirmed the production is heading to the big screen. Fey, who wrote the screenplay for the teen comedy film, said in a statement: "It’s been incredibly gratifying to see how much t... »

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