(From Daily Mail)
DENISE VAN OUTEN may be becoming a doyenne of the stage, but cinema is a different matter.
Her first stab at celluloid glory, Jude Law and Sadie Frost's gangster flop Love Honour And Obey, ended in disaster, with Denise (right) holding Guy Ritchie responsible.
'It was the time of Lock Stock . . . and all these other gangster films,' she tells me.
'Everything came out at once and that affected the reviews.' Let's hope Van Outen has better luck with her follow-up movie, a comedy called Albert Ross starring John
Goodman and Joanna Lumley.
The film's producer Sir David Frost also needs a hit. Unlike its …