Remember drive-in cinemas Well, get ready for a hot tub cinema. Watch a classic film in your togs in a spa pool, while waiters fetch drinks and food
Danny Boyle, the director of Trainspotting, 28 Days Later and Millions collaborates with Simon Beaufoy, the screenwriter of The Full Monty and Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day surely we’re in for some all-British shenanigans. But no, this is a social epic set in modern India, when Bombay became Mumbai and the new techno-wealth began to contrast ever more sharply with the crushing, enduring poverty of the masses
Is there a filmmaker in the world with worse luck than Terry Gilliam? He was directing Heath Ledger in "The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus," when the actor died — and it’s not the first time he has lost a leading man. Jean Rochefort didn’t die eight years ago, but Gilliam had to abandon “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” after a few days when 70-year-old star Jean Rochefort became seriously ill and a flash flood washed away the entire set.