Con Man Wraps Up Season 2

The second season finale of Con Man aired this week, as Wray appears at a con which winds up being a battle over the role he wants in “Doctor Cop Lawyer”.

Much Ado About Nothing Coming to DVD

Much Ad in blu-rayWhile Much Ado About Nothing is winding down its theatrical run, details are being revealed on the home video version coming soon Read more about Much Ado About Nothing Coming to DVD

Watch the BriTANic Watchmen From Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing finally gets its wide release this weekend. While most people say they can’t wait to see Amy Acker and Alexis Denisof as Beatrice and Benedick, let’s not forget the two men who really save the day: the two Watchmen. After this jump, a YouTube interview with them: Read more about Watch the BriTANic Watchmen From Much Ado About Nothing

Summer of Shakespeare Romance: A Review of Much Ado About Nothing

Five theaters, 183 thousand dollars. That’s a good start for Joss Whedon’s version of Much Ado About Nothing.

Still,  what’s so special about it? A lot, and a lot of fans agree. More after the jump. Read more about Summer of Shakespeare Romance: A Review of Much Ado About Nothing

See Much Ado About Nothing Early in Hollywood…Under the Stars

Joss Whedon’s take on Much Ado About Nothing will premiere in three weeks…BUT a special preview will take place in Hollywood on June 5th, under the stars. More after the jump. Read more about See Much Ado About Nothing Early in Hollywood…Under the Stars

Joss Whedon Makes Much Ado About Wondercon

Next weekend’s Wondercon in Anaheim could become a very hot ticket this year, because the cast of a long-awaited movie will gather on Easter Sunday (Hint: It’s not Iron Man 3). Read more about Joss Whedon Makes Much Ado About Wondercon

Much Ado About Nothing: Photos of Premiere – TIFF 2012

Christine Mak and Sharon Vernon attended the world premiere of Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing on September 8, 2012 at the Elgin Theatre, Toronto. The premiere was shown at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).

Much Ado About Nothing Screening at Toronto Film Festival

While the Toronto International Film Festival was planning to announce their list of films later today, the news has gotten out:  It’s confirmed that the first announced public screening of Joss Whedon’s Much Ado about Nothing will be there.  Thank you to the Canadian Browncoats group for the heads up. Read more about Much Ado About Nothing Screening at Toronto Film Festival