From Robert De Niro's "you talkin' to me?" in Taxi Driver to Clark Gable's "frankly my dear I don't give a damn!" in Gone with the Wind - it's safe to say we all have our favourite movie quotes. So what are yours?
On tomorrow's show we want to read out some of your favourite one liners, get in touch on Facebook, Twitter or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, before 8am on Wednesday 1 October 2014. You must be 18 and over, terms at itv.com/terms.
With one day to go until October it has been the driest September since records began - but believe it or not - it's still autumn!
With the sun shining we want you to send us a photo of a picturesque autumn scene near you and we may show it on the show!
To celebrate Grandparents Day on Sunday 5 October, Good Morning Britain is asking you to tell us about your loved Grandparent(s) in just three words.
You can tell us what they're like, how you feel about them or send them a special message - and if they're no longer with us, tell us what they meant to you and how you remember them.
To get involved, send us a photograph of your loved Grandparent and tell us your three words that best describe them.
Get in touch on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram using #3Words or by emailing email@example.com before 8am on Friday 3 October 2014. If you are under 16, please ask your parent or guardian to submit on your behalf, terms at itv.com/terms - and if you have a special story to tell, we'd love to hear that too!
Filmed in Supermarionation is a documentary by Stephen La Riviere about Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and the creation of the Thunderbirds, Joe 90 and the popular puppet series of the Sixties.
We take a closer look at the invention of the pioneering puppetry and filming genre which still captivates audiences fifty years later!
[The book] has got some of the greatest plot twists and some extraordinary characters.
It appears that the Thunderbirds have got themselves a new puppet... and he looks rather familiar!
Today we meet the second of our amazing finalists in our Good Morning Britain Local Hero award at the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards.
Betty McGlinchey from Coventry is a foster mum who has cared for over 1,200 vulnerable young people, and she joins us along with nominator Terri, who was given a long-term foster home by Betty.