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IN CASE you didn't know it, Denzel Washington has made some of the most exciting and original films of the past 20 years.
His turns in Tony Scott epics Crimson Tide, Man on Fire and Deja Vu were terrific, and now he's teamed up again with the Geordie filmmaker for a remake of 1970s classic The Taking of Pelham Noun 1. Pelham - a bit with a bar mouthpiece that is designed to combine a curb and snaffle
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Denzel drops into the studio to chat about the movie in this week's show.
JR also welcomes acclaimed writer/director Quentin Tarantino, whose new war film Inglourious Basterds (yes, that is the right spelling) looks like being one of the year's most intriguing hits.
Plus, the stars of Dragons' Den will be plugging their new series, and if you're hunting high and low for some decent music then look no further as A-ha will be belting out their new track.
All action hero: Denzel in his new film The Taking of Pelham 123.