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Michael Keaton; The Theory Of Everything; Doubles all round

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Michael Keaton on Birdman, The Double's double and James Marsh on The Theory Of Everything

Presented by Francine Stock. Batman star Michael Keaton on Birdman, director James Marsh on his Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory Of Everything, plus Enemy and The Double.

With Francine Stock.

Batman star Michael Keaton discusses the similarities between his career and that of his character in Birdman, an actor making a come-back after finding fame playing a winged super-hero.

Director James Marsh reveals what Stephen Hawking really thought of his bio-pic The Theory Of Everything.

Enemy, in which Jake Gyllenhaal plays a man haunted by his doppelganger, is the second movie released in the last 12 months about doubles. The other, The Double, was based on a story by Dostoevsky and directed by Richard Ayoade, who explains the technical difficulties of getting an actor to talk to himself.


Francine Stock
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James Marsh
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Michael Keaton


The Burger and the King

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A remarkable guided tour through the culinary world of Elvis Presley. (1996)

Fried peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are on the menu as Arena documents the life and cuisine of Elvis Presley - whose talent was matched by his appetite. (1996)

A remarkable guided tour through the culinary world of Elvis Presley, in his later years famed as much for his appetite as for his music. The King's passion for food is recounted by close friends, relatives and personal cooks who share the recipes that kept their idol happy. From the squirrel and raccoon dishes of his youth to the fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches that contributed to his demise. (1996)


James Marsh


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