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.
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After touring film festivals since last fall, Joss Whedon’s version of Much Ado About Nothing has begun its regular run at five theaters in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Two cast members are working hard to get people to spread the word about this movie, including a visit at the City by the Bay. More after the jump….
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Here’s your weekly dose of Whedon geek news. And this week there’s a heck of a lot of goodies!
I fantasize about getting drunk with Joss Whedon and reading Shakespeare.
Joss Whedon’s take on
Much Ado About Nothing will premiere in three weeks… a special preview will take place in Hollywood on June 5th, under the stars. More after the jump. BUT Read more about See Much Ado About Nothing Early in Hollywood…Under the Stars …
Joss Whedon’s version of Much Ado About Nothing has been one well-traveled movie over the past few weeks. So far, it’s been to Texas, Istanbul, Ireland (where it won a prize), the UK and Canada. This past weekend, the movie was in two film festivals. After the jump, a report on its premiere at the San Francisco International Film Festival. Read more about Making Much Ado At San Francisco Film Festival …
After getting good reviews at film festivals in Dublin and Glasgow two weeks ago, Joss Whedon’s take on the famous Shakespeare comedy
Much Ado About Nothing is about to make its American debut. More after the jump… Read more about SXSW Goes Much Ado About New Whedon Film …
Joss Whedon’s version of
Much Ado About Nothing is making the rounds at film festivals before its official release this summer. Read more about There’s Much Ado About Film Festivals For Joss Whedon’s New Film …
Stan Lee talks with the Fanboy Comics crew about his incredible new comic, Romeo and Juliet: The War.