Much Ado About Nothing
There’s an interesting mixture of releases this week. The Hangover Part 3 is the one to get to complete your Hangover Trilogy collection!
Since I haven’t had the privilege before now to see the masterpiece that is Joss Whedon‘s Much Ado About Nothing, it is by far the one thing I HAD TO see at SXSW this year. The reason behind this was, of course, not only the film itself, but the fact
Every year film-goers try to find the best of the best and the hidden gyms of each year of the SXSW Film Festival. My SXSW 2013 list is a living thing, changing with each passing day and it will continue to do so throughout the festival itself. As SXSW Film
Over the last two years, The Weinstein Company has taken The King’s Speech and The Artist – both of which could have been conceived and filmed in almost any time period in which films existed – to Picture victories at the Academy Awards. Stormy weather certainly doesn’t cloud the boutique
The Venice Film Festival, which we discussed last week, might give way to some Oscar contenders, but the Toronto International Film Festival is where the awards season really begins. After all, the last five Picture winners played at the fest. If that trend continues, one hoping to find this year’s eventual
New footage from Joss Whedon’s upcoming film Much Ado About Nothing shows a black-and-white take on Shakepeare’s comedy of the same name that retains the Bard’s language, but modernizes the world in which it is spoken. Much Ado About Nothing was filmed in a mere 12 days at Whedon’s house in Santa