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With Peter Jackson’s remarkable new version of King Kong about to hit cinemas, we talk to the people bringing the legend back to life
Naomi Watts The actress stepping into the shoes of ‘scream-queen’ Fay Wray tells us how the physically demanding shoot nearly left her paralysed
Peter Jackson The Kiwi director talks about the first version of the movie he shot when we was just 12 years old and how it was important in the new film to get the ape’s personality just right
Adrien Brody Oscar winning actor Adrien Brody reveals why he spent most of the shoot on a treadmill dodging imaginary dinosaurs!
Jack Black The irrepressible comic actor talks about his character, movie mogul Carl Denham, and reveals the true-life Hollywood figures that inspired his performance
Andy Serkis The versatile actor, tells us how he got to play Lumpy the Cook, as well as the ape himself
Star Wars - web exclusive
Star Wars actor Ian McDiarmid talks about the many facets of his role as the evil Emperor in George Lucas's Space saga and the importance of not giving in to the Dark Side.
Harry Potter - web excl.
Film Review talks to Harry Potter producer David Heyman and Guy Miller from Electronic Arts about the challenges of adapting the latest Harry Potter film into a video game.
Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe – On-Set!
We travel to the New Zealand set with Ian Brodie, the author of the definitive behind the scenes book Cameras in Narnia, for a close-up look at the production of this remarkable film.
The acclaimed director (Sense and Sensibility, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) talks about his controversial new drama Brokeback Mountain and the challenges of bringing this gay-themed movie to the screen
Daniel Bruhl and Diane Kruger
The actors discuss their new film Merry Christmas, which tells the true story of a Christmas truce during World War I that saw English and German forces get together for a football match
With a brand new musical version of Mel Brooks’s classic comedy soon to be released, we chart the movie’s journey from cinema to stage and back again
This month sees the escape of a giant ape (King Kong), an epic avian journey (March of the Penguins) and the return of man’s best friend (Lassie). We celebrate these creature features by looking at Hollywood’s very best animal movies
The director of this year’s surprise international hit, March of the Penguins, talks about the remarkable success of his documentary and the sub-zero condition he had to face to get it made
As this summer’s superhero hit heads for DVD, we talk to stars Ioan Gruffudd, Jessica Alba, Michael Chiklis and Chris Evans about how they formed their dysfunctional comic book family
The Bigger Picture
We take a look at three future releases, Fun with Dick and Jane, The World’s Fastest Indian and Derailed
Your Film Review
We head to Sydney to check out what film fans are enjoying Down Under
The Film That Changed My Life
Doom actor Karl Urban tells us about the film that made him realize what he wanted to do with his life