New Paul W.S. Anderson film “Pompeii” explores famous disaster

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Director Paul W.S. Anderson has a lifelong fascination with the killer volcano that inspired his new film, “Pompeii.”

Anderson became interested in the history of the Roman Empire when he was growing up in northern England, near the ruins of Hadrian’s Wall — a 73-mile frontier built in 122 AD to protect Roman Britain from the Picts of Scotland. (read more at FoxNews.com)

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