Christopher Lee on his long and gruesome career, two versions of the biblical epic Ben-Hur, and rising French star Vincent Cassel.
At the age of 83, Christopher Lee has been named the most marketable star in the world. Last year his films grossed £355 million. He talks to Chris Tookey about Dracula, Lord of the Rings, and why he wants to do comedy.
Chris also reveals the results of our Greyfriars Bobby competition.
'The Adventures of Greyfriars Bobby' (PG) is in cinemas from 10 February 2006.
The Chairman of the Arts Council, Sir Christopher Frayling, on his love for the Biblical epic 'Ben-Hur' and why he prefers the chariot race in the 1925 silent version to the multiple Oscar-winning one with Charlton Heston.
'Ben-Hur: Four-Disc Collector's Edition' (PG) is available on DVD from 13 February 2006. It includes the 1959 version directed by William Wyler, the 1925 silent version and a selection of documentaries.
French actor Vincent Cassel is often cast as the crazy psychopath, as he is in new movie 'Derailed', co-starring Jennifer Aniston and Clive Owen. He tells Chris Tookey why Hollywood likes a French baddy.
'Derailed' (15) will be released in cinemas on 3 February 2006.