Mr. Bean's Holiday (2007)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 30 mins

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A drama film directed by Steve Bendelack, starring Rowan Atkinson and Willem Dafoe in the lead roles.

Cast: Rowan Atkinson

Crew: Steve Bendelack (Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Drama

Release Dates: 24 Aug 2007 (India)

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Did you know? Rowan Atkinson stated that this film would be the last appearance of the character Mr. Bean. However, he reprised his character on the Opening Ceremony of the Summer Olympic Games in London 2012, and in an in interview which took place in 2016, Mr. Atkinson stated that he would NEVER retire from the character. However, during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show on 5 October 2018, when asked if Mr. Bean would ever reappear, Atkinson said: "I doubt he will ever reappear," the actor said. "There does come a point when you've done all you can. But, never say never." Read More
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Direction

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Film Type:
Feature
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.39:1 (Scope)
Stereoscopy:
No
Trivia:
The original idea for the film involved Mr. Bean going to Australia instead of France.

Mr.Bean's teddy bear Teddy doesn't appear in the film at all.

The film's red carpet scenes were filmed at the actual Cannes Film Festival. Willem Dafoe later confirmed that the actual red carpet premiere was for the Pedro Costa film Colossal Youth (2006).

Rowan Atkinson stated that this film would be the last appearance of the character Mr. Bean. However, he reprised his character on the Opening Ceremony of the Summer Olympic Games in London 2012, and in an in interview which took place in 2016, Mr. Atkinson stated that he would NEVER retire from the character. However, during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show on 5 October 2018, when asked if Mr. Bean would ever reappear, Atkinson said: "I doubt he will ever reappear," the actor said. "There does come a point when you've done all you can. But, never say never."