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Topics: Movies, dictionaries

Friday, 11 April 2008

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The most popular book in the world, 'The Dictionary', is to become a summer blockbuster movie, with stars such as Bruce Willis and Morgan Freeman starring in it.

The popular book is the latest to be made into a smash hit movie, following on from the likes of 'Harry Potter' and 'The Lord of the Rings'.

In a preview for the forthcoming film, Willis and Freeman take it in turns to read words and define them, while standing in front of a grey wall. Speaking to The Spoof, Willis claims some of the work was the hardest in his long, albeit shite, career.

"Some of the words were awful. It took 32 takes for Morgan to correctly say gonnorhoea. When he finally did say it correctly, he didn't have the definition of the word, so guessed and said it was a type of curry."

Also speaking to The Spoof, Freeman claims some words were very hard to say with a straight face.

"Come on man! How anyone can define 'clitteris' and not laugh is beyond me!"

The much anticipated movie is released this July.

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