Anybody here in the UK catch this ? The series is about the production of big Hollywood films, and it was very interesting to hear some of the people on the show discussing some very famous films. Bryan Singer talks about making X Men (a nightmare according to him, which gave him a very thick skin), Bill Mechanic talks about X Men as well, Dr Doolittle (apparantly the first cut was crap so he went and hired decent comedians to voice the animals - result = hit) and also Titanic, and how he had to go and have a meeting with "The King of the World" himself, and talk budget cuts (you can imagine the reaction he got). Wes Craven and the producer of Scream talks about how the Weinsteins hated what they were seeing in the dailies (they told the producer that they wanted every scene shot with 7 different masks until they decided which one they liked) but changed their minds when they were sent a cut of the opening sequence. Ridley Scott, John Logan and Bill Nicholson talks about the making of Gladiator, and Russell Crowe's reaction to the key scene when he reveals himself to the Emperor, and Oliver Reed's death. They talked to a lot of writers actually, most of whom are shocked at the power the actors have over the production (the writer of Pay It Forward seemed particularly pissed with Kevin Spacey and Helen Hunt) Very entertaining, and the next part is on next week.