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As we approach a vote on the UK's membership of the European Union, we look at what 50 writers, actors, historians, artists and comedians have said about Europe and its nations.Sir David described the film as "about 10 per cent fiction" for its portrayal of him as a jet-setting showman who seizes the opportunity to conduct the first-full length interview with Nixon since his fall from power following the Watergate scandal. he said he was so tense that instead of talking to someone when he was off stage for 10 minutes, he'd go to the back of the stage, somewhere dark, so he kept in character.Robot and Frank, though, gives him perhaps his most sympathetic character ever.In this gentle near-future fable, Frank is given a robot butler by his son (James Marsden) to help around the house.So it is about 14 or 15 months ago when I said yes. Rarely have I made myself go through with something that was horrible in my mind in the first 20 pages that suddenly changed in the end.

Frank Langella: I got attached to it about a year ago in December. No, we are not.” It was working it around my schedule and working it around the schedule of the other actors. We didn’t know we were going to go forward with it until 24 hours before the day of shooting when I was trying on clothes in my house that night. Langella: No, if it doesn’t have in the first 10 or 15 pages, even if my character has yet it to come in, if it doesn’t have something that draws me to it I don’t usually read the rest of it.

Langella's co-star in Frost, Michael Sheen, together with director Ron Howard, are also thought to be in line for Oscar glory.

The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.

“To go into my seventies and suddenly become a movie star, it’s very strange to me,” Langella admits to me, squeezing a day’s publicity in London around the France-and-Monaco shoot of his next project.

“I think if you stay at the table, and just play the cards you’re dealt, every once in a while you get aces.” He’s softly spoken, with that air of smooth, baritone authority that films often ask him to turn sinister – his gallery of villains and power-brokers is voluminous.

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