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When did it become acceptable to brag about oneself publicly?
Love or loathe him, Saint Valentine has come to remind us of that special loved one (or lack thereof) in our lives. As 1 billion Valentine’s Day cards are received worldwide today, various surveys have been commissioned with this very thought in mind. Here are a selection of their findings… it might just cheer you up.
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Director James Watkins and screenwriter Jane Goldman discuss how they kept up the constant high level of suspense in the film adaption of ‘The Woman in Black’, and why they were so relieved when writer Susan Hill was pleased with the script.
Daniel Radcliffe takes on the role Arthur Kipps in the chilling screen adaption of ‘The Woman in Black’. He discusses what it’s like branching out from Harry to horror, how he’s moved on from more difficult times last year, and why he’s happy to get naked again for a film role.
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They were 27 days into their journey when their boat Sara G overturned at 11am yesterday, 520 miles from their destination.
Having previously directed An Education, which was based on Nick Hornby’s screenplay, Lone Scherfig was no stranger to bringing English characters to life on screen. After the challenge of directing One Day, the film adaption of the award-winning novel by David Nicholls, the Danish director discusses the challenge of translating such a successful book into film whilst staying loyal to the fans, and the less than complimentary reactions to Anne Hathaway’s Yorkshire accent as the central character Emma.
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