The makers of British crime thriller 'Welcome To The Punch' scored a bit of casting coup.
We don't mean James McAvoy or Mark Strong - fine actor th...
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This week, BFI Palgrave MacMillan release Ealing Revisited, a new collection of essays on what is, arguably, the most iconic and best loved studio in British cinema history.
It's a tragedy that Ealing has no cinema of its own, as this is the neighbourhood of London that has created some of the most treasured British films.
Watching this again, I couldn't help wondering: is The Ladykillers Ealing's most famous film?
First there was One Man, Two Guv'nors. Then there was the National Theatre's The Comedy Of Errors. And now, after garnering rave reviews on its openin...