Building 429 Aaron Branch, Michael Anderson and Jason Roy - The 56th Annual Grammy Awards (2014) held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA. 26-1-2014 - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 26th January 2014
Big Sean and Michael Anderson - Big Sean aka Sean Michael Anderson performing New York City, USA - GREY GOOSE ENTERTAINMENT presents the third season of 'RISING ICONS' in collaboration with VEVO, held at Good Units, Hudson Hotel - Inside Monday 10th October 2011
Sir Michael Caine, Ray Winstone, Vinnie Jones, Gerard Depardieu and Derek Jacobi will reportedly star in science fiction version of William Shakespeare's play 'Henry V'.
Sir Michael Caine is to appear in a science fiction version of 'Henry V'.
The historic play chronicles the young king's ascent to the throne following the death of his father, but first-time director Michael Anderson moves the story to "an age of the apocalypse" where the lead character fights a war against a neighbouring enemy after quashing a domestic rebellion.
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Film-maker Peter Jackson faces a tough decision before producing the remake of World War Two classic The Dam Busters, because the word n**ger is central to the movie's plot.
Dam Busters Squadron Leader GUY GIBSON's real-life dog was called N**GER and features poignantly in the original movie, and it was also used as a code word during the daring 1943 bomber raid on Germany.
The Lord Of The Rings director insists he will be criticised if he changes the word to something more acceptable, and will also come under fire if he stays true to Michael Anderson's 1954 original.
He says, "It's a situation where you're damned if you do and damned if you don't.
"If you go one way, people are going to say we've sold out to political correctness. If you go the other way then you're obviously going to be inadvertently offending people. So it's a no-win scenario.
"At some point we'll have to make the decision and whenever that happens we'll just see how we feel at the time."
The remake, which will be directed by first-time director CHRISTIAN RIVERS, will feature information which was still classified when the original film was shot.
The former president was believed by some to have been suffering from dementia during his second term in office from 1984 to 1988.
Pop fans looking forward to their summer holidays will be pleased to hear the news...