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Review: Much Ado About Nothing

PLOT : In the classic Shakespearean comedy, a warring couple must make amends when a devious fellow has evil plans for two young lovers. With wit and spark, Joss Whedon presents this romantic fable in a post-modern yet simple way. REVIEW : What would you do if you were Joss Whedon and fresh off the massive success of THE AVENGERS? Maybe you would do something action-packed with a...

The first trailer for Joss Whedon's Much Ado About Nothing shows the man can direct Shakespeare as well as superheroes

Joss Whedon is talented. There, are you happy? I said it. The guy is not a hack and I never thought he was. Just because I am not an undying fan of FIREFLY or THE AVENGERS does not mean I don't think the man behind them is not talented. But, I have always found that what made his work on BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER so good was the character development and the writing. So, despite...

Joss Whedon's Much Ado About Nothing gets a release date

Here is some brief news for Whedonites and Shakespeare fans alike. Joss Whedon 's adaptation of MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING finally has a release date. For those looking to catch a viewing will be able to see it in limited release on June 7, 2013. It opens the same day as AFTER EARTH, THE INTERNSHIP, and NOW YOU SEE ME. When our very own Chris Bumbray saw it at TIFF this year, he...

Review: Much Ado About Nothing (TIFF 2012)

PLOT: Fair Beatrice (Amy Acker) lives with her guardian, Leonato (Clark Gregg) and her cousin Hero (Jillian Morgese). They receive a visit from Don John (Sean Maher) and his two comrades, Claudio (Fran Kranz)- who worships Hero, and the roguish Benedict (Alexis Denisof)- who has carried on a love/hate relationship with his sparring partner Beatrice for years....
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