Monday, February 3, 2020

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON JANE AUSTEN'S EMMA MOVIE ADAPTATION WITH ANYA TAYLOR JOY, JOSH O'CONNOR, CALLUM TURNER, BILL NIGHY, RUPERT GRAVES


     'EMMA' ADAPTATION
BRINGS FUN THIS VALENTINES
If you don't know where to take your love this Valentines Day, you might take them to visit EMMA, as the latest big screen adaptation of Jane Austen's novel from Focus Features hits theatres February 14th with Anya Taylor
The film arrives for Valentines next year
Joy as clever and rich Emma Woodhouse, a restless queen bee without rivals in her sleepy little English town. In this glittering satire of social class and the pain of growing up, Emma must adventure through misguided matches and romantic missteps to find the love that has been there all along.

Who Is In The Cast?
British thespians Bill Nighy as Mr. Woodhouse, Josh O’Connor as Mr. Elton, Callum Turner as Frank Churchill, Rupert Graves as Mr. Weston, Johnny Flynn,  Mia Goth as
The movie will arrive into North American cinemas a week after UK
Harriet Smith, Miranda Hart as Miss Bates, Gemma Whelan as Mrs. Weston, Amber Anderson as Jane Fairfax, Tanya Reynolds as Mrs. Elton and
Anya Taylor Joy and Johnny Flynn play the lead roles
Connor Swindells all star in the movie scheduled to hit American cinemas February 21st! The colourful costumes in the film were done by Alexandra Byrne who also did our favourite films Elizabeth and Hamlet.
A Selfless Matchmaker!
Autumn de Wilde is making her directorial debut with the film in which Anya Taylor Joy plays Emma Woodhouse, a congenial young lady who
You remember Anya Taylor John from Miniaturist and Flynn from Vanity Fair
delights in meddling in other people's affairs by match making. She is perpetually trying to unite men and women who are utterly wrong for each
Jane Austen wrote one of her most popular novels in 1815
other. She often tries to find a suitor for her best friend but fails because the suitors usually fall for herself. Despite her interest in romance, Emma is
Josh O'Connor also stars in the movie adaptation!
clueless about her own feelings and is not considering her own happiness in love!!  Check out the vivacious and playful trailer below and the photo shoot from  Vogue:


12 comments:

  1. I would love to see this for Valentine’s Day, but I think my husband would rather watch paint dry. I’ve read all of Jane Austen’s novels. The films never compare, but maybe this will be the one!

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    1. I'd watch the movie myself as it seems quite fun, even though I cannot stand Austen. I do ever so love me Callum Turner!

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    2. Eep! I'm afraid to ask, but what don't you like about Jane Austen? Her love stories may not be the most believable, but they are romantic.

      We used to dread reading her books in school When I had spinal surgery in 2010, my father gifted me with her whole collection. I read them all since I couldn't do much else, and enjoyed escaping to the foreign world she wrote about.

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    3. Frivolous, superficial, vain, repetitive, idiotic topics, snobbish especially for a century which saw so many people dying in poverty, slavery, from hunger and injustice, she chose to write only about frills, laces, balls, vain girls and other self-centred thrills. Her writing is a bit above the level of today's cheap weekend romance novels, but just a bit. It's just not a serious literature and should not be studied or viewed as such as it lowers the level of quality our kids should be taught at literature classes.

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    4. Ok, that makes sense. It's like watching a soap opera from a different time period. Maybe that's why I found her books so entertaining.

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    5. You shouldn't miss Sanditon then, I think it is currently on PBS.

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  2. It does look fun, though there's no way in hell Jason would let me watch this with him in the same room. I'll have to save it for one of my family-free days.

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    1. Women really should never forcefeed their poor husbands with Austen :) I remember when Sanditon was on, the ladies at their Facebook page were like horny teen girls who drool over Justin Bieber. It was rather appalling, especially as they kept cheering for the bad guy instead of the good one, it was disgustingly superficial.... It is the same type of vain ladies who support Outlander like groupie girls.

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    2. Women do tend to fall for the bad guys, sadly. I stopped watching Outlander after season 2, or maybe it was 1/2 way through season 3. Though, I know it still has a pretty strong fan base.

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    3. I stopped when she shaved her pussy :) and made him lick it.

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