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Ambition Burns for new star

After his blooding in the latest Dracula film Scottish actor Gerard Butler wants to play Robert Burns, writes Phil Miller Gerard Butler has Hollywood at his feet, Tinseltown producers hammering on his door and the cream of Los Angeles' talent scouts besieging his...

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[i]He's so good, the director of Scream is willing to stake his reputation on him in the new Dracula movie. Kicking off our Hot Scots issue, Paisley boy Gerry Butler explains why the legal profession's loss is acting's gain.[/i] THERE is something strangely forbidden...

I’m not evil

Says Dracula 2001 star;Gerard Butler is a law unto himself when it comes to auditions GLASGOW actor Gerard Butler has just landed the lead role in the new Michael Crichton film Timeline and, to put it mildy, he's thrilled. Not just because it's a Hollywood...

Life’s great when you’re undead

Imogen Edwards-Jones chews the garlic with Gerard Butler, toothsome star of Dracula 2001 You have probably never heard of Gerard Butler. You'll probably have seen him - most notably tied to a bed with a bowl of fruit covering his nether regions in the Channel 4 series...

Beware He Bites

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Focus plants ‘Flowers’

Universal Pictures' specialty division Universal Focus has picked up U.S. distribution rights to "Harrison's Flowers," which stars Andie MacDowell and David Strathairn. The first English-language pic from French helmer Elie Chouraqui, pic was released in France on...

Harrison’s Flowers

A 7 Films Cinema/StudioCanal/France 2 Cinema production. (International sales: Studio Canal, Paris.) Produced by Elie Chouraqui, Albert Cohen. Directed by Elie Chouraqui. Screenplay, Chouraqui, Didier Le Pecheur, Isabel Ellsen, Michael Katims. Camera (color,...

Fast Food

I sat down to Fast Food with high hopes. It promised inspiration from new Asian cinema, and boasted Douglas Henshall as the lead - always a very attractive, watchable performer even when, as here, he is let down by the script. Fast Food quickly degenerates into just...

London Calling…

Well, you must hand it to British writer-director Stewart Sugg for squeezing this much style and energy out of such a low-budget production. Fast Food is one of those hip London thrillers that blends strong violence and black comedy (ie, heavy doses of A Clockwork...

Solicitor forsook court dramas

A TRAINEE solicitor who quit to become an actor is taking on the role which inspired him to pursue a theatrical life a year ago after seeing it at the Fringe. Gerard Butler, 26, from Paisley, was only a month away from completing his traineeship with a leading...

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