DAVID EDWARDS ON THE NEW MOVIES: REWIND.
TWENTY YEARS AGO...
Harrison Ford (right) abandoned The Millennium Falcon to play a cop in Witness. It became the second highest-grossing film of the year in America after Beverly Hills Cop.
TEN YEARS AGO...
The legendary Anthony Hopkins (left) clashed with the legendarily bad-tempered director Edward Zwick while
shooting Legends Of The Fall. After one bust-up, Hopkins snapped, "We're only making a stupid little movie."
FIVE YEARS AGO...
Horror meister Wes Craven rounded off his ironic horror trilogy with Scream 3. Plans for a fourth instalment were dashed when star Neve Campbell (above) refused to appear amid typecasting fears.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Apr 29, 2005|
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