20 facts you might not know about 'The Silence of the Lambs'
“The Silence of the Lambs” is as unsettling a movie as you will find but it was also a critical darling that spawned multiple sequels and TV shows. As grim and scary as the film can be, it is still a movie, made by actors and producers. That means there are facts about the film and its production we can relay to you. Maybe read them with the lights on.
Earlier this month, James May made his return with his new Amazon Prime series, Our Man in Italy. Following the success of his first series, Our Man in Japan, The Grand Tour host was back as he travelled across Italy trying his hand at a number of challenges. However, speaking in an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk and other press, James admitted there was one scene in particular which didn't make the final cut.
The former Top Gear star went on to recall "the most embarrassing" challenge he had to take part in,
"Well, there was a really embarrassing bit that hasn't made it which was some dressing up..." James began referencing the cut scene.
State of the Nation: Italy’s loss to Georgia brings them back down to earth with a bump
Our State of the Nations feature on Italy after their July games.It might have escaped many viewers’ attention amid all the furore around the Ireland, England, Wales and Scotland tours but the Azzurri played three internationals of their own, with Portugal, Romania and Georgia their opponents in what was an indifferent month for the nation.
"The crew like dressing me up for some reason, they're almost a bit kinky about it.
"The bits that are in...I think if you could have seen the whole thing, that most embarrassing thing would be canoe polo because I don't fit in the canoe."
"That was the most embarrassing," the presenter added. "It's all fairly embarrassing...being on television is embarrassing."
Did Jordan Peele Dream Up A Huge Nope Sequence Almost A Decade Before The Film's Release?
Apparently, Jordan Peele had a dream about a sequence that was in Nope almost a decade before the film came out.Jordan Peele is a visionary director whose films helped bring out our fear in hypnotism, doppelgängers and now flying saucers. While flying saucers can freak anyone out, this Oscar-winning director can also make audiences afraid of chimps. Jordan Peele had a bit of a premonition of his latest release film, as it seems he dreamed up this terrifying sequence almost a decade before Nope came out.
"I always say, 'I'd like to do this, this and this' and they rather begrudgingly allow me to do those things but then the crew and producers come up with some surprises.
"It just makes better tele if I don't know what is coming up."
"If I was left to my own devices I would do craft, art, I'd look at some famous buildings and I would explore some spas," James went on to say.
"The crew and producers basically want me to be uncomfortable, dress, up have a terrible time and hurt myself."
Throughout Our Man in Italy, James visited some of the country's iconic landmarks, as well as trying out some of its traditions.
During his trip, he also set out to explore Italy's culture, food, industry, and even a bit of sport.
During one segment, James left an Italian chef horrified when he made a full English breakfast pizza.
"I am speechless," the chef sighed as he watched the presenter crack an egg on top of his pizza.
When James' show was renewed last year, the series was thrown into jeopardy because of the coronavirus pandemic.
He was initially meant to take viewers to America, but because of restrictions, show bosses had to change their plans at the last minute.
Despite the setback, the car fanatic has reassured fans that he hopes to take his show to the US very soon.
James May: Our Man in Italy is available to watch on Prime Video.
Celebrity-inspired color-blocking looks .
Most people believe that neutrals are the safest choice when it comes to fashion, and that color-blocking is a risky choice that could result in an embarrassingly eye-catching look. But many celebrities are showing us that mixing unexpected colors can indeed look good. Click through the following gallery to see some celebrity-approved color-blocking ensembles.