We talked to Richard Curtis, the man who wrote such classic British hits and Four Weddings and a Funeral.
His latest film, Love Actually, starring Colin Firth, Rowan Atkinson, Martine McCutcheon and many others, is due for release this November, in time for the Christmas market.
We also talked to 12 year old Nicholas Hoult, who starred in another hit British comedy, the film version of Nick Hornby's novel, About a Boy.
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The winner of Wednesday's prize - the screenplay for Love Actually signed by Richard Curtis - was Elaine Guilllon from Kent.
This morning, Nicki talked to Martine McCutcheon who stars in the film, Love Actually, released next month
Martine plays opposite Hugh Grant, with whom she falls in love.
The film premieres next month - and you could win tickets to the premiere by answering the question below.
Martine explained that the writer and director of the film, Richard Curtis, had written the part for her.
She was extremely excited to get the part, though felt a little intimidated to be working with such big name stars.
But she said all of the big stars were "very gracious" and lovely to work with.
But even though she's now a film star, Martine is grateful for her television roots - describing East Enders as the "best thing that could have happened to me"
And, for the future, she's looking for a challenge - to crack new formats and breakthrough in America.
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Two tickets to the premiere of Love Actually have been won by Steven King from Northampton.
This morning, Nicki spoke to the stars of the new film "Wimbledon" - Paul Bettany and Kirsten Dunst.
Paul Bettany and Kirsten Dunst
The film is a comedy, about a British tennis player whose best playing days are over, who falls in love with the "enfant terrible" of the US circuit - she is attending her first Wimbledon Championships.
Both stars confessed that that they had never played tennis before getting their parts.
But six months of intensive coaching helped to ensure that the action looks as smooth as the real thing.
And, of course, a bit of help from clever camera work!
The pair were actually allowed to film on Centre Court at the real Wimbledon - during the championships.
They even played in front of some real fans.
Paul said that doing that, was far more intimidating that being in films.
Two signed tennis rackets have been won by Joy Burton from Aylesbury, Bucks.
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