Thursday, November 9, 2017

HUGH BONNEVILLE, REBECCA FERGUSON TO PLAY ROALD DAHL AND HIS OSCAR WINNING WIFE IN A BIOPIC. 1ST' VITA & VIRGINIA' PHOTO WITH GEMMA ARTERTON AND ELIZABETH DEBICKI AS LESBIAN LOVERS

  REBECCA FERGUSON
JOINS ROALD DAHL'S BIOPIC
It's based on Michael Shearer novel An Unquiet Life
While we're waiting to see Dan Stevens as Dickens (in The Man Who Invented Christmas), Domhnall Gleeson as A.A. Milne (the creator of Winnie the Pooh in Goodbye Christopher Robin) and Nicholas Hoult as Tolkien, another famous writer is getting a film about him: Hugh Bonneville will play children writer Roald Dahl in John Hay’s untitled movie on Roald Dahl and his wife Patricia Neal. His wife, who was an Oscar winning actress, will be played by lovely Rebecca Ferguson!
It will be a bitter sweet, comedic and heart warming story of Neal and Dahl’s marriage. The story is set in New York, England and Los Angeles at the beginning of the 60s describing Dahl’s struggles to write some of his most famous works while Neal worked on her Oscar winning role in 1963. classic western movie Hud with Paul Newman!


  1ST 'VITA & VIRGINIA' 
PHOTO WITH GEMMA ARTERTON
Variety has published the first photo from Gemma Arterton's VITA & VIRGINIA a 1920's set drama recounting a love relationship between Gemma's Vita Sackville West and Elizabeth Debicki's Virginia Woolf! The
Gemma Arterton and Elizabeth Debicki as Vita and Virginia
two female authors' timeless love story is told in a contemporary style, describing two women who smashed through social barriers to find solace in their forbidden connection! Isabella Rossellini and Rupert Penry Jones also star!

6 comments:

  1. Vita and Virginia, yay! And I didn't know that Roald Dahl was married to Patricia Neal . . . you have educated me once again!

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    1. I did not even know who Patricia was before writing this post :) First time I hear about her.
      There was also a Vita and Virginia BBC 2 mini series a few years ago, or was it a documentary? I don't know, I came upon photos from it while researching for this article.

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  2. It will be nice to see a movie about Dahl. He was one of my favorite childhood authors.

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    1. one of my friends just translated a couple of his books here.

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    2. Wonderful! Now more people can enjoy his works!

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    3. I'm doing Jeff Zentner's Serpent King currently and it is beautiful and touching, amazing characters.

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