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The “most memorable British drama moment of all time”?
The “most memorable British drama moment of all time”?

GIANT MR DARCY SCULPTURE: A 12-foot tall sculpture of Colin Firth — who played Mr. Darcy in the BBC adaption of Pride and Prejudice — has been installed in London’s Serpentine Lake. The sculpture recreates the infamous lake scene from Pride and Prejudice in which Mr. Darcy emerges from the lake in a wet shirt. The work was commissioned by UKTV’s new “Drama” channel. The channel conducted a poll and found the wet shirt scene was the most memorable British drama moment of all time. (The Independant)

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In this film publicity image released by 20th Century Fox, the character Neytiri, voiced by Zoe Saldana, left, and the character Jake, voiced by Sam Worthington are shown in a scene from, "Avatar." The film was nominated Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2010 for an Oscar for best picture. The 82nd Academy Awards will be presented on March 7.

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