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>> Ritchie v Cameron <<
Sherlock Holmes to battle Avatar

Guy Ritchie's film, Sherlock Holmes, is released
on Boxing Day, just a week after James
Cameron's much-anticipated Avatar.

Ritchie was spotted at the IMAX preview of
Avatar with his producer Joel Silver.
They were obviously keeping tabs
on the competition. Ritchie's verdict?
"Well, nothing to worry about here, then".

Sadly, as it was dark, we weren't able to
see whether the remark was said with
any seriousness.

>> Storming around <<
Gangster film director has history

deep_stoat writes:
"If you read the Guardian magazine then you
might have seen this article about the making
of a disastrous UK gangster film. Good to see
director Nic Auerbach is still around but
shame the Guardian didn't have space to mention
how, when he ran Storm Films in the 90s, Auerbach
was notorious for screaming fits, and how
he reduced any number of office managers at
various post houses to tears. I knew one woman
who would actually go and hide when she saw him
coming rather than deal with him."

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