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With two new films about Alfred Hitchcock reaching the screen in a matter of months, it’s clear that cinema’s master of suspense exerts an enduring fascination on filmmakers and filmgoers alike. So we asked you to reveal which Hitchcock film … Continue reading
Writer Paul Rudnick (who wrote the initial drafts for Sister Act before distancing himself from the film by choosing the pseudonym Joseph Howard) decided to spend time in a convent to do his research for the screenplay for this comedy … Continue reading
Julia Roberts pretty much played herself as Anna Scott in 1990s romcom Notting Hill – a big American film star working in the UK (and hilariously wooed by West London bookshop owner William Thacker – Hugh Grant). During one scene, … Continue reading
James Cameron, well known for being a really tough director, allegedly kept a nail-gun on the set of Avatar that he would use to nail mobile phones that had the misfortune of ringing, to a wall above the exit sign. … Continue reading
Transsiberian is the tale of an American couple (Woody Harrelson and Emily Mortimer) who are travelling on the Trans-Siberian Express when they are befriended by another pair of travellers (Eduardo Noriega and Kate Mara). Strange and sinister things start happening … Continue reading
Mr Bean – the hilarious self-absorbed buffoon created by Rowan Atkinson – does have a first name, even though he’s known to most of us as just ‘Bean’, or Mr Bean. And it’s in Mr Bean’s Holiday – showing on … Continue reading
Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story stars Vince Vaughn as a struggling small gym owner who enters a dodgeball tournament to try and raise the funds to save his business from being bought out by his successful rival (Ben Stiller). With … Continue reading
Colorado’s Stanley Hotel was the inspiration for the Overlook Hotel, which is of course the creepy accommodation in 1980s psychological horror movie The Shining. The novel on which this film is based was penned by Stephen King after he stayed … Continue reading
In the spoof espionage thriller Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, Mike Myers stars as swinging superspy Austin powers who has to foil the fiendish plots of his rival Dr Evil and his diminutive sidekick – dwarf clone Mini-Me. … Continue reading
Comedienne Dawn French auditioned for the part of Rosie in this movie version of the popular stage musical Mamma Mia! However, her dodgy singing didn’t impress the musical director so the role went to Julie Walters instead. But, good old … Continue reading