British actor Rufus Sewell hates being mistaken for Joaquin Phoenix - because movie fans compare him with Phoenix in his "fat phase".
Sewell has admitted he often disappoints autograph hunters when they realise he's not the Walk the Line star.
But The Legend of Zorro actor isn't amused by the mistake - and denies it's flattering.
He says, "Well, not really - to be like a less successful version of someone else. And only in Gladiator, when he got deliberately fat."
Low budget horror film Alone in the Dark left a nasty smell in cinemas last year (05) - it has been dishonoured at the annual Stinkers Bad Movie Awards. The Los Angeles-based Bad Cinema Society has announced its anti-Oscars, and Alone In The Dark has been named the Worst Film Of The Year. The horror movie also claimed the Worst Director (Uwe Boll), Worst Actress (Tara Reid) and Worst Special Effects 'prizes', but it didn't pick up the most dishonOurs. That claim to shame went to THE MASK sequel Son of the Mask, which claimed five Stinkers, including a Worst Actor gong for Jamie Kennedy. Jessica Simpson was also named and shamed - she picked up three awards for her portrayal of DAISY DUKE in The Dukes of Hazzard, including Worst Song for her rendition of the Nancy Sinatra classic THESE BOOTS (ARE MADE FOR WALKING). The full list of Stinkers is: Worst Film - ALONE IN THE DARK Worst Sense Of Direction - UWE BOLL (ALONE IN THE DARK) Worst Actor - JAMIE KENNEDY (SON OF THE MASK) Worst Actress - TARA REID (ALONE IN THE DARK) Worst Supporting Actor - Tyler Perry (DIARY OF A MAD BLACK WOMAN) Worst Supporting Actress - JESSICA SIMPSON (THE DUKES OF HAZZARD) Worst Screenplay - Fantastic Four Most Painfully Unfunny Comedy - DEUCE BIGELOW: EUROPEAN GIGOLO Worst Song: THESE BOOTS (WERE MADE FOR WALKING) by JESSICA SIMPSON Most Intrusive Musical Score - SON OF THE MASK Less Than Dynamic Duo - Samuel L Jackson and Eugene Levy in The Man Worst On-Screen Couple - JAMIE KENNEDY and "anyone forced to co-star with him in SON OF THE MASK" Most Annoying Fake Accent, Male - Norm MacDonald (DEUCE BIGALOW: EUROPEAN GIGOLO) Most Annoying Fake Accent, Female - JESSICA SIMPSON (THE DUKES OF HAZZARD) Least 'Special' Special Effects - ALONE IN THE DARK Worst Remake - YOURS, MINE + OURS Worst Sequel - SON OF THE MASK Worst Resurrection Of A Classic TV Series - The Honeymooners Worst Performance By A Child - Adrian alonso (The Legend of Zorro) Worst Child Ensemble - YOURS, MINE + OURS Foulest Family Film - SON OF THE MASK Least Scary Horror Movie - THE FOG Most Overrated Film - SYRIANA Worst Animated Film - Chicken Little.
Movie sequel The Legend of Zorro has been blasted by film historians in California for rewriting history.
Top film buff RICK MITCHELL is ridiculing the Antonio Banderas movie for including references to historical events that had yet to happen in 1850, when the film was set.
The movie references the Confederate Army - a decade early - and also introduces President Abraham Lincoln when the historical leader was an obscure Illinois attorney at the time.
Continue reading: Zorro Rewrites History
The Spanish star still enjoys fencing, but regrets he is not as fit and agile as he once was.
He says, "I didn't get to practice. I had to do a refresher.
Continue reading: Banderas Feels Old
Zeta-Jones claims Douglas first saw her starring in 1998 film The Mask of Zorro and decided she was his dream woman.
She says, "Michael saw me in it, seduced me... hounded me... followed me around the world. And look at me now, two kids later."
Disney's movie adaptation of the CHICKEN LICKEN fable has stunned America by storming to the top of the box office with a whopping $40 million (GBP22.2 million) opening weekend.
The animated film, Chicken Little, which features the voices of Zach Braff and Joan Cusack, beat Jake Gyllenhaal and Jamie Foxx's Gulf War drama JARHEAD - which took $28.7 million (GBP15.9 million) - to the top of the new box office list.
Last week's number one film Saw II fell to three with an impressive $17.2 million (GBP9.5 million) second weekend take, and sequel The Legend of Zorro fell from two to four with a $10 million (GBP5.5 million) weekend.
Continue reading: Disney's Chicken Film Races To The Top Of The Box Office
Brave Sewell, who plays ZORRO's nemesis ARMAND in the movie sequel, did the damage after throwing himself to the ground during an explosion scene.
He says, "It's not all about stuntmen and special effects.
Continue reading: Sewell Braves Back Pain For Zorro Stunts
It also easily outdid the 2004 horror hit SAW, which opened with $18.3 million (GBP10.1 million) over last year's (04) Hallowe'en weekend.
Continue reading: Saw II Cuts Down Competition
The Spanish heart-throb had to work hard to develop a rapport with the animals before they would obey his orders.
He says, "Each one does something totally different; some of them play drunk, others run beautifully.
Continue reading: Banderas Horses Around
The Welsh actress feared she'd broken fellow Brit Sewell's nose when she accidentally kicked him in the face during a sequence, but she was relieved to hear he made a speedy recovery.
She recalls, "There's a scene on a runaway train, where we're trying to catch the bad guys, and I come around and I kick Rufus Sewell.
Continue reading: Zeta-Jones Apologises To Rufus After Kicking Him In The Face
The guitarist came up with the band name in 1982.