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'The King's Speech' Q&A Clips

Geez. Apparently, I've been even more remiss than I realized and hadn't posted short clips from our Q&A with "The King's Speech" director Tom Hooper. (Full video available here.) In the above clip, Hooper charms the audience from the outset, and goes on to talk about how Colin Firth created his stammer for the film. Two additional clips after the jump.

In the next clip, Hooper discusses working with the great Derek Jacobi, who also played a famous stammerer in "I, Claudius."

And in the final clip, he discusses the casting of Helena Bonham Carter--who was committed to her "Harry Potter" role at the time.

--Jenelle Riley

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