When Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels was released in 1998, few would have prophesied quite the impact this low-budget crime comedy would have.

Almost overnight it became a cultural phenomenon, launched the careers of Guy Ritchie, Matthew Vaughn and Jason Statham, amongst others, and spawned a television series and numerous British gangster film rip-offs in the process.

But box office gold didn’t come without huge upheaval and the making of the film was often fraught.

In Have a Butcher’s actor Stephen Marcus (who plays Nick the Greek) recounts firsthand the on-set dramas and the
behind-the-scenes banter, including:
• His initial meeting with Guy Ritchie

• Trips to Hollywood as the boys basked in success and critical acclaim

• The numerous financial problems that were only solved when Sting and Trudie Styler came on board

Drawing upon interviews with his co-stars, never-before-seen photos taken by director of photography Tim Maurice-Jones and original storyboards, Stephen tells the story of a film that has become a firm cult favourite.

STEPHEN MARCUS is a British actor who has appeared in films such as Quills, Stage Beauty, Iris, Angela’s Ashes and Kinky Boots, and television such as Doctor Who, Red Dwarf and Midsomer Murders.

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