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(Roger Michell, above.)
By Terry Keefe
To see just how diverse a director Roger Michell is, all you need to do is compare the two very different versions of London's Notting Hill district that he has shown us on film. The first was the sizable studio picture, Notting Hill, which starred Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant and which was one of the biggest hits of 1999. A romantic comedy about an ordinary bookstore owner who finds himself in a relationship with a huge movie star, Notting Hill managed to be breezy on its surface level but also deceptively deep in its characterizations. And it also made you want to visit the charming and »
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We're not massively convinced that this is a million miles away from the original Us trailer for the film, but nonetheless, we bring you, with a smile on our face, the UK promo for Morning Glory.
The reason for the smile is that this marks Harrison Ford's long, long overdue return to a full-on comedy (arguably for the first time since Working Girl), this time starring opposite Diane Keaton as one of two feuding news anchors, being marshalled by Rachel McAdams.
The film has reason behind the camera to be interested, too. Director Roger Michell not only gave the world Notting Hill, but also Changing Lanes, Titanic Town and the brilliant The Mother (amongst others). Furthermore, there's the small matter of Jj Abrams producing.
Here's the trailer. It's »
2 items from 2010
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