0 Have your say AFTER A WEEK of Hollywood-style glitz, Jamie Jones-Buchanan will be back to his day job today when Leeds Rhinos play host to Warrington Wolves. The veteran forward – the second oldest player in Betfred Super League after Warrington’s Ben Westwood – has added film producer to his growing portfolio of off-field interests.Already an actor, television and radio pundit and public speaker, 36-year-old Jones-Buchanan was one of the driving forces behind ‘As Good As It Gets?’, a documentary film about Rhinos’ golden generation and 2015 treble triumph which had a red-carpet premiere this week as part of Leeds International Festival.The film, from media company The City Talking, has been picked up by Amazon Prime and will be available worldwide.“I am really pleased with it, in fact I am over the moon,” Jones-Buchanan said of the movie, which is narrated by Harry Potter star and Rhinos fan Matthew Lewis.“I probably underestimated, when we set out, how little you could tell in an hour and a half. I think the story is very acute, it sticks to Jamie Peacock, Kevin Sinfield, Danny McGuire, Rob Burrow, myself and a few lads who joined the journey a little bit later on.“The… Read full this story
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