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Series 12 - Episode 18
Best of Graham Norton
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Norton has secured another cast-iron Hollywood line-up as Richard Gere and John Malkovich grace the red sofa, with young actress Saoirse Ronan as the rose between two thorns.
Gere is probably best known now more as a Buddhist and a campaigner for a free Tibet than for his films, while Malkovich is still busy making movies, including the zombie comedy Warm Bodies, and Red 2 with Helen Mirren and Bruce Willis as a bunch of retired assassins returning for another dangerous job. Taylor Swift sings live in the studio.
Graham meets a couple of Hollywood greats in the shape of John Malkovich, who appeared in zombie comedy Warm Bodies, and Pretty Woman legend Richard Gere. Rising Irish actress Saoirse Ronan, star of sci-fi horror The Host, also drops by, and Taylor Swift provides the music.
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