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Posted On June 30, 2021
A few years ago, when the British actor Liam Neeson was filming a film called The Great Escape starring James Bond and Kate Winslet, the pair had to fly in from England to see the film.
It was a lot of fun and they had a blast, Neesons wife told the Irish Times.
She said it would be nice if they could come back and do another one.
A few months later, they did.
It was the most memorable day of their lives, but now, they want to see it again.
The film The Great Escapade was shot in London in 2001.
It tells the story of an escapee from a prison in the 1940s who goes on a perilous journey across England.
It is based on the real events of the escape and its production in the 1950s by MGM.
After the filming of the film, Neeons wife, Kate Winslets, said she wanted to make her husband’s character more popular.
“He’s not just a villainous character, he’s a great guy and he’s an amazing actor,” she said.
“So it was really important to me to give him a little bit of a role and give him something he could be seen as doing and something that he could relate to.”
Winslets has been trying to convince her husband to come back for more action in the film since last year, and she says she has received many phone calls from fans and friends who want to meet him.
“There’s so many people that have asked if I’m coming back for the next film and the answer is yes, I’m doing another one,” she told the paper.
“I don’t think we’ve made the wrong decision to make that decision.”
In the last few years, the British government has tried to encourage film-makers to get more involved in their productions and this summer saw a film in which the makers of the hugely successful film Jaws were asked to play the villainous role of a former U.S. president.
The British government’s decision to have British actors in such films has been widely criticised.
The Great Escaper was released on DVD and Blu-ray in June.
It will be released on Blu-Ray on Friday.