Episode 7 CINEMANIACS


Episode 7

Oli White celebrates films and film-making. The DIY Blockbuster team of young film-makers are surprised with a palatial location in which to make their spy movie.


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Hello, everyone. I'm Oli White. Now, listen up,

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do you ever watch your favourite movie over and over again?

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Are you starry eyed and star struck?

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Then you may be suffering from a bad case of Cinemania.

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But fear not, feverish film fans,

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help is at hand because this is Cinemaniacs!

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Team, take it away!

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Action!

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# Want to ride your bike across the face of the moon?

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# Levitate your house with a bunch of balloons?

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# Feel zero gravitation, a robot transformation?

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# You're a Cinemaniac!

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# Can you tell a lie that is the length of your nose?

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# Or defrost a heart you accidentally froze?

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# Want a bottomless case or a squid for a face?

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# You're a Cinemaniac!

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# Do you long to hear the roar of an extinct dinosaur?

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# To explore the flora in your very own Pandora?

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# Feel the urge to sing on a quest for the ring?

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# To escape from a clone or to be home alone?

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# Then roll out the red carpet and turn down the lights

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# Grab yourself a seat and hold on tight

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# We're mad about movies, we're crazy for film

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# We're Cinemania... Cinemania...

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# Cinemaniacs! #

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Coming up, massively more movie madness.

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My hands are in the air like I just do not care!

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Jim parsons is here! Oh, yes!

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We show you how to stop time in the Secrets Of Movie Making.

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And find out why Michael Sheen, super actor,

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is pretending to be from...Finland?

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I would like to apologise to the entire nation of Finland.

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So tell me, Rupert, what's the best thing about being a movie star?

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You get sent lots of pyjamas.

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Well, that's pretty cool.

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-People like to send me pyjamas.

-OK...

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Well, moving on with the show, it's time for DIY Blockbuster.

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Action!

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We're giving groups of filmmakers the chance to make a short film,

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armed with just a camera, a script and some home-made props.

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But little do they know they're in for a big surprise...

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You didn't know I was coming?

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..when we give them something spectacular

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to turn their home movie into a DIY Blockbuster.

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"T" is in. "W" is out.

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Lilah, Kai, Ruby, Josh and Harvi are making a spy movie.

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There's a spy and they have the code to a safe that has the secret files.

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Wait, what are we doing?

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And the boss is evil and wants to get the files back.

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The team have started filming, but unfortunately their back garden

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doesn't exactly look like a set from James Bond.

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If you guys can move a bit in that direction,

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so that I can get the house in as well.

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What the team don't know is that they're in for

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a DIY Blockbuster surprise.

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We've secured access to a top secret film location

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that will be perfect for their spy movie.

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The team have no idea what's in store for them

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and are still filming in their back garden.

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Have you finished your mission?

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We were filming in the garden then we saw a note.

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"Read me."

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-I thought it was some sort of riddle.

-"Get on the bus."

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-Where's the bus?

-Where's the bus?

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Ooh...

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It was just really, really exciting.

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-Blenheim Palace.

-Blenheim Palace, we're going to Blenheim Palace.

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Yes, their DIY Blockbuster surprise is Blenheim Palace.

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With seven acres of gardens, fountains and an amazing maze,

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it's been used as the backdrop for films like

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Harry Potter And The Order of the Phoenix and Gulliver's Travels.

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It's really big, which is perfect.

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Whoa!

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I thought it was amazing.

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It looks better for, like, a spy movie, like, a bit swanky and spyish

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instead of just a back garden.

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First, the team need to decide where to film

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and the options here are endless.

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Do you think it would be a good idea to film on those stairs

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-because they're a bit longer?

-Yeah.

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'It was quite hard to decide where we were going to do it'

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and a lot of us had very different ideas.

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What this, are you thinking?

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It's "keep off the grass" though.

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-Yeah, I know, I know. I mean, over there.

-Or there's there.

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-What if we fall in?

-We won't fall in.

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ALL TALK EXCITEDLY

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And after 30 minutes, finally the group decide

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on their first location...

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against a brick wall?

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Yes, of course, I put the enemy's top secret plans in the safe.

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I think we could have probably got a better place than that

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because it was against the wall and looked a bit ugly.

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And it's not only the location that's proving tricky.

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Oh, it's 1-X-2-3...

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-Guys, cut. You didn't show me properly you just went like that.

-OK.

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'When you're holding the camera'

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and you're walking around to look at a different thing,

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it's moving, it doesn't look very good.

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Cut.

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Keep it still, walk slowly.

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With time ticking away, the group decide to skip ahead to shoot one of

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their most important scenes in one of the biggest mazes in the world.

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Action!

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-Give me the code!

-OK, OK. It's 1-X...

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We thought it would be the best place cos it's one of the kind of

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places you can get cornered and there's no way out.

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Ha-ha-ha! A real spy would never have given me the code!

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Cut.

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Scene complete, what's next?

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Now we've got to get out of the maze!

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Let's hope they can remember the way!

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-Harvi, are you sure it's not this way?

-Yep, I'm sure.

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This is the short cut.

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-OK, are you sure?

-Yeah.

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I think Ruby got a bit frustrated in the maze.

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How's this a short cut?

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Right, we're near the middle guys. I know where we're going now.

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This is where we just filmed.

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We're lost!

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We don't trust you any more.

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THEY LAUGH

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Still to come on DIY Blockbuster...

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the maze sends the team round the bend, and will they ever complete

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their mission when their lead actress disappears?

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She just went.

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Stay tuned for part two. Meanwhile, a very special guest for you

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coming up later in the show.

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Here's Kia Pegg to give us a clue.

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It's quite sad I can do this. Um...

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STRAINED VOICE: Howard, who's on the phone?

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Any idea who it is yet?

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Keep watching to find out.

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We ask the questions so you don't have to.

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Emma! Emma! Over here!

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I'm glad I found you. Good.

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Thanks, Emma. I'm glad I found you, too.

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Thank you, and thank you for your excellent questions.

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Um...I haven't asked any yet.

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..your extremely adult

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and professional demeanour.

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-OK...

-I salute you.

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It doesn't get much more random than this.

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What kind of nut does Scrat try to bury?

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An acorn.

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What were the Dodo's guarding?

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Baby. INCORRECT BUZZER

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Correct answer - melons.

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HE SCREAMS

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What was Vector's real name?

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Victor.

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What animal was the shrink ray being tested on when the minions stole it?

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Elephant.

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What is Agnes' favourite creature?

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Unicorn.

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What object is disguised behind Vector's lair?

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Pyramid.

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What item does Gru steal from vector's vault?

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Shrink ray.

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What is the name of the amusement park the girls want to go to?

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Super Silly Fun Land.

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Where did Gru steal the Eiffel tower from?

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Paris. INCORRECT BUZZER

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Correct answer - Las Vegas.

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HE SCREAMS

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Who says, "If I were you, I would give up"?

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Captain Hook.

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Whose arrow almost killed the Wendy bird?

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Tootles.

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What is Captain Hook's first name?

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Captain Hook. INCORRECT BUZZER

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Correct answer - James.

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HE SCREAMS

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And the winner is...Archie.

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Remember this?

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-STRAINED VOICE:

-Howard, who's on the phone?

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Yep, it's Jim Parsons from The Big Bang Theory,

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only he's in a movie now and he's going home.

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-Why are they after you?

-I has made a few mistakes.

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Oops.

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They sent a little sketch of Oh, the alien...

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-I am Oh.

-Oh?

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I have been given this name by my many, many friends.

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-Good morning!

-Oh...!

-Hi, guys!

-Oh...!

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-Hello!

-Oh...!

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I thought he was so cute,

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and I thought, "Am I the right voice for this?"

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Like, I didn't go into it thinking

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I'd like him to sound any certain way.

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SHE SHRIEKS

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He has a very kind of broken English way of speaking,

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like, he speaks English by way of alien.

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Can I come into the out now?

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No, you cannot come into the out now.

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But I can. You are just having to take away the piece of wood.

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And there's a lot of humour in that, I think,

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but only if you understand what he's saying

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and so clarity was very important for me.

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My turn for driving. Keys, please.

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You are a terrible driver!

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THEY SCREAM

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He is very enthusiastic and very optimistic and he's very cheerful.

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Oh, no! My hands are in the air like I just do not care!

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He very clearly speaks and he's very excited about it, too.

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-Your vehicle is infested.

-He's my pet.

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CAT PURRS Now he is vibrating.

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Is he going to explode?!

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They would do what they call "effort passes" where they'd be like,

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"We need you running." So there'd be like three minutes of me going...

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HE PANTS

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Or they'd be like, "Now we need you jumping and grabbing something."

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Like... HE GRUNTS

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You do that long enough and you're finally drenched in sweat.

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I am prepared to accept one of your traditional gestures

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of human gratitude.

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Our tradition is to punch you in the nose. Hold still.

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Your gratitude is implied.

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It felt like play time. It was the ultimate in creativity.

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There was nothing to leap for, there was nothing to run from.

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I was standing in front of a microphone.

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What planet grows these delicious fruits?

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I really like how important it is for him

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and how much effort he makes to make friends.

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Look, I has found our car.

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I think that's very sweet and I think that we would all be better served

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to spend more time being like that.

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HE PANTS

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Still to come on Cinemaniacs...

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we find out what it's like to be in your first film.

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I just remember being so excited to be on a movie set.

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It changed my life because I got paid.

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I was shocked, actually, at the size and the scale of the production.

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There are so many different people.

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Michael Sheen, super actor, is attempting to prove

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he really is super again.

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-Roosty-look-n-cookstov.

-Very good.

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And it's time to stop time in the secrets of movie making.

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But first it's part two of DIY Blockbuster.

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We've surprised a group of film makers with top movie location

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Blenheim Palace to shoot their spy movie.

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Give me the code.

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They've struggled with the camera...

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-You didn't show me properly, you just went like that.

-Oh, OK.

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..and aren't exactly making the most of their surroundings.

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It was against the wall and looked a bit ugly.

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Wrong way, I think.

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But with only half of the filming done and time running out

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they've managed to get themselves stuck in the maze.

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Someone was shouting one way and someone's shouting the other way

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and we couldn't really... They might have both been right,

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but no-one could hear cos everyone was shouting.

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-It's on the other side of the hedge.

-It's on the other side of the hedge.

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We've gone back round!

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-I know we have!

-Harvi!

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-Harvi gave us rubbish directions.

-Yeah.

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The team head back to the viewing platform to work out their route.

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We've got to get to there.

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And finally agree on one thing...

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Let's just go to the entrance cos we can't find the exit.

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We know where the exit is, anyway.

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..that the best way out is the way they came in.

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But it's taken them so long it's already home time

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for their youngest actress.

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I've got to go guys, bye.

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What?

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She just went.

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We need someone to, like, know the lines for the spy.

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With the big chase scene still to film, the team have to find a way

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to replace Lilah to finish their movie.

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We figured that the best way to do it would be to have it

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as Lilah's view.

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Then you can see the scarf...

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So that we wouldn't have to, like, show Lilah actually being there.

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Josh wore Lilah's scarf...

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but you didn't know it was Josh

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because you could just see what's ahead.

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But replacing Lilah with a boy isn't giving them the shots they need,

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so Ruby has a better solution.

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Maybe it would be better if it was a girl for Lilah

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cos you probably see the end of her dress.

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'It couldn't work for any other filming,'

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so we thought we'd put Ruby in because she's a girl.

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Kind of like a stunt double.

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Action!

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I don't really sound anything like Lilah

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and close up I don't look anything like Lilah.

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..one, go!

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As we were filming from a long distance and I had my head down

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most of the time, and I was wearing her scarf, it didn't really matter.

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So will anyone notice?

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Did you spot the stunt double?

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Here it comes again.

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I think we got away with it.

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We're going now. Just go, run!

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With the palace closing, the team rush to film their final scenes.

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Come on, Harvi, Harvi, come on.

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..two, one, action!

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Cut!

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Filming finished and that's a wrap.

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We gave the team a blockbuster location to shoot their spy movie,

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but their gadgets gave them grief.

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When you're holding the camera, keep it still.

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-They got muddled in a maze...

-Wrong way.

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..and even lost their lead.

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Got to go, guys, bye.

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-But did the team feel it was mission accomplished?

-What?

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It was hard but I think it is quite good how we all managed

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to work together and do it.

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I don't think any of us could have made something as good

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just by ourselves.

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And any final bits of advice from Harvi?

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Don't film in a maze.

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You can check out the team's finished movie on the CBBC website.

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So this is where I give you guys three tops tips for creating

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an arty movie.

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Tip number one -

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you need to create some arty shots.

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Tip number two -

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you need slow motion.

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Tip number three - you can have

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so much fun with filters.

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And that was three top tips for creating an arty movie.

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Imagine you've made your first film - what was it like?

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One word that sums up making my first film is "excitement."

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It changed my life because I got paid.

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I just remember being so excited to be on a movie set

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because it's not something you really get to experience very often.

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I was shocked, actually, at the size and the scale of the production.

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There are so many different people.

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-Loads of cameramen. I was really, like...

-Whoa!

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-Props...

-Grips...

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Looking like that...

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-Lighting crew...

-Art department...

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-Sound operators...

-It was enormous.

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Runners, everybody...

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You look at some of the names on the call sheet on a morning,

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just a who's who of the best British acting talent,

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and you're just so nervous about making a mistake

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or messing up in front of these people.

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The first film that I was in was a film called Fred Clause,

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about Santa Claus' brother,

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and I played the young Santa Clause when he was six.

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The door was locked so I decided to drop down the chimney.

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I had to do an American accent, which I'd never done before,

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so I had quite a lot of dialect coaching,

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which was an interesting experience.

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To know we're going to bring it inside the house

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and put presents under it, isn't that wonderful?

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Being so young I'm not sure if I got it spot on but, yeah,

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it was good, I enjoyed it.

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My first film was Paddington Bear in which I played Judy Brown

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when I was 12 years old.

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My first film was Great Expectations and one of the memories

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I definitely remember is that we had, like, our own little trailer,

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and it was the first time that I had my own trailer.

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My first major film for me was The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas.

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I was ten and it was amazing.

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My first film was Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2,

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and I played Rose Weasley, who is Ron and Hermione Granger's daughter.

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I read the last book and just kind of decided that I was Rose Weasley,

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so I wrote a letter, basically telling the casting director

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that I was Rose Weasley.

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And then, like, six months later or a year later, they called up my mum

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saying, "Would you like to come for an interview?"

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When we first started all those years ago I didn't even know

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if we'd do eight films, let alone would I be in all of them,

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so that was pretty special.

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We were like really big Harry Potter fans, so I was excited just to get

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the audition, let alone actually get the part.

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You turn up to the set and I met Daniel Radcliffe before my

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screen test and he was so nice,

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we spent about 20 minutes just having a chat,

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that sort of thing, and then once you actually get on to the set,

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my first day shooting was in the Great Hall,

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so it sorts of marks your childhood.

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When I first went out on set

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I was so shocked about how big

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the crew was and how long everything took just to set up and then,

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like, how many takes you have to do of just like one small scene.

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Swallows And Amazons was my first film, only I was 12 years old.

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We never saw the script, we never had to learn lines,

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and this was really innovative at the time.

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The costumes in the film were amazing. They had, like...

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-BOTH:

-Four layers.

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-We said that at the same time.

-And I was really hot in that.

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My first film was Snow White And The Huntsmen,

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and the thing I remember most is just the set itself cos it was

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man-made, all the village and stuff,

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and the fire scene, cos I was in that,

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they way they could turn it on and off, and the night scenes,

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it was just amazing experience to be there.

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Now it's time for this...

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Introducing Mr Mike Tucker,

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here to show you how to create special effects,

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Hollywood-style, in...

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Today we're going to show you how to make your very own time slice,

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so grab 50 of your closest friends and let's get started.

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That's right, I did say 50.

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You're going to need 50 people each with a mobile phone,

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doesn't matter what kind, but for this effect 50 is the magic number.

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Right, the effect that we are going to demonstrate today is called

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-time slice, and do you have any idea what time slice might be?

-No.

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No? Right, if you've seen films like Horrid Henry where somebody

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jumps into the air and then freezes but the camera continues

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to move all the way around them, that's called a time slice effect.

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As well as your 50 friends you're going to need...

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Oh, and make sure you number those phones.

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Number them one to 50

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and you'll be able to keep track of what's going on.

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Step one - get your cameras into place

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and get ready to start measuring.

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Hold one end of the tape measure at the centre of the trampette.

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Let's see... That's four meters and everyone lines up, so we're

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all exactly the same distance away from the middle of the trampette.

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I think you guys are going to need to move back a little bit.

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Pull that tight again cos I think you guys are going to need to

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step backwards. Yeah, OK.

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So now we need to get everyone lined up roughly the same distance apart,

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and everyone needs to be holding their phones up at roughly

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the same height - but bear in mind that they're going to be in mid-air.

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Step two...

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Can everyone now turn on their phone so they are recording video?

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Step three - get jumping and make sure everyone records at least

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30 seconds of footage on their phones.

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This means that the phones will be recording the jumping

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from lots of different angles.

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Step four - this one is going to take a bit of time

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because now you need to load all the footage you've shot from every phone

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on the computer, and make sure you do it in order.

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Step five - now you're ready to make your time slice.

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Using the video editing software on your computer, chose the same frame

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from each recording and clip it, then insert it on the timeline.

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Make sure you keep each frame in the same order that it was shot.

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And, hey, presto! One terrific time slice.

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CHEERING

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-BAD AMERICAN ACCENT:

-OK, y'all, coming up next...

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What do you think of my American accent, Theo?

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Try saying "O, R" before you do the scene. I think it helps you

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-get into the right mind frame.

-Oh, OK. Cheers.

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O, R, O, R, O, R.

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-BETTER AMERICAN ACCENT:

-It's time for super actor Michael Sheen.

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-Any good?

-Yeah, it was good. I enjoyed it.

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And now the star of Alice In Wonderland,

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Tron and Twilight...

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I am being put to the test.

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Can I replicate an accent, do an accent,

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and convince those judges out there

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that I am from that place?

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This is...

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In three minutes I'm going to have to learn how to do this accent

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with the help of voice coach Catherine.

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Learning an accent is all about brain-ear-mouth connection,

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so how often you've heard it, how often has it been in your ear?

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I'm going to be put up against people doing just their natural voice,

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what they speak like.

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I think Michael is incredibly brave.

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In fact, I don't know many actors who would put themselves in this

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-position with an accent.

-'Tell me about it!

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'I have to succeed in two out of three voice rounds

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'to win today's challenge.

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'The judges are going to hear two voices on this speaker phone -

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'one will be the real accent

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'and the other will be me trying to do the accent.'

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You've done this one before?

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-Not really, but I've just heard it a bit.

-OK, OK.

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Now, "th's" - it's halfway between a TH and a D,

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-it's not quite a D - mother, mother.

-Good mother.

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Yeah, that's it. Over the top of the freeze and down.

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Over the top of the freeze and down.

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'That's learning time up, so bring on the challenge.

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'Corn fields were yellow. The oats were green. The hay had been put up

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'in stacks in the green meadows.'

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'Corn fields were yellow. The oats were green. The hay had been put up

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'in the stacks in the green meadows.'

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I think the first one's real because it was...

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It seemed a bit more like the actual person.

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'After the first round there are five votes for voice one,

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'and only one vote for voice two.

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'Voice one was me, not the real thing,

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'which means the point is mine!'

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IRISH ACCENT: The hay had been put up in stacks in the green meadows...

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Next up, it's Geordie.

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'All the way from Newcastle. 'This one's tough.'

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"Rosty lookin'..."

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-Roosty lookin' cooks...

-Very good.

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'Dorothy lived in the midst of the great Kansas prairies

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'with Uncle Henry, who was a farmer,

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'and Aunt Em who was the farmer's wife.

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'Dorothy lived in the midst of the great Kansas prairies

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'with Uncle Henry, who was a farmer,

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'and Aunt Em who was the Farmer's wife.'

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I think the first one was a bit, like, over the top.

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The second one did sound normal, in a way.

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'After the second round they all think the first voice was fake.

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'They were right! Voice two was the real Geordie, so I lose that point.'

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GEORDIE ACCENT: Aunt Em was the famer's wife...

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'One round all, but this is for the challenge.'

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Finnish. I've never heard anyone from Finland speak. Over to you.

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-LAUGHING:

-Right...

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The thing is, it's English as a second language, so that means

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they're going to pronounce things the way that it's read,

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they're going to pronounce all of the R's they're in the spelling.

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"Dear little girl." They're all going to be in the spelling.

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'Once, she gave her a little cap of red velvet,

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'so she was always called Little Red Riding Hood.'

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'Once, she gave her a little cap of red velvet,

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'so she was always called Little Red Riding Hood.

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I didn't even know what the accent was.

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I would like to apologise to the entire nation of Finland.

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-I think the second one's real.

-Second.

-Second.

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'The votes are in and, wow, the second voice was me!

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'Result! That's 2-1 to me.'

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FINNISH ACCENT: She gave her a little cap of red velvet...

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'Today's challenge started with me learning how to speak Irish,

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'and ended with me proving that I'm a man of a thousand accents.

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'Well, at least two. And that means, for today at least, I am...'

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Next time...

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there's a canine surprise in store for these Cinemaniacs,

0:26:320:26:35

but can they keep their talent under control?

0:26:350:26:38

He wouldn't stay in the spot.

0:26:380:26:40

We get behind the scenes gossip from the set of Nanny McPhee.

0:26:400:26:44

Someone said, "Let's try putting some farting in."

0:26:440:26:46

BREAKING WIND

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And suddenly people were giggling a lot more.

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And Michael Sheen, super actor, takes on a new challenge -

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to act with absolutely nothing.

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Whoops!

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So, Cinemaniacs, it's nearly time for me to go,

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but just before I do I want to tell you that Daniel Radcliffe,

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whose first movie was Harry Potter,

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went through an incredible 160 pairs of glasses

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during the filming of all eight Harry Potter movies.

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Oculus Reparo.

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That's a lot of glasses!

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I'm Oli White and you've been watching Cinemaniacs.

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Cartoon character or real person?

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-Cartoon character.

-Real person.

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-Real person.

-Cartoon character.

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-Real person.

-Real person.

-Cartoon character.

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Real person.

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Cartoon character.

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-Real person.

-Real person.

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BOTH: Real person.

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A fast moving, funny, irreverent and inspiring show about films and film-making. Presented by Oli White, this programme celebrates movie culture with strands such as Michael Sheen, Super Actor and DIY Blockbuster.

The DIY Blockbuster team of young filmmakers are surprised with a palatial location in which to make their spy movie, we meet Jim Parsons, the star voice actor behind the latest animated hit Home, Oli White demonstrates some more top tips for the best home movie making, and we ask Michael Sheen: how good is your Finnish accent?


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