5 full-sized 1920×1080 caps from the ‘LaF’ HD trailer are online now, enjoy:
Amazon Studios and Roadside Attractions have dropped a trailer for Whit Stillman’s Jane Austen adaptation Love & Friendship, which received a very warm response out of its Sundance Film Festival premiere. Based on the Austen novella Lady Susan, the film follows a manipulative, charming woman who has run through her late husband’s fortune and is now on the prowl for a new hubby. However, she’s doing double-duty courtship, as she’s trying to marry off her daughter as well. Stillman told us at Sundance that he’s looking forward to the period piece being a date movie on the summer schedule, particularly with its May 13 release date. The trailer truly captures the filmmaker’s hysterical absurdist wit and Kate Beckinsale’s pitch-perfect performance. Read Lady Susan’s comments on one gentleman caller: “He’s handsome in a calf-like way”. Or even better the trailer’s button where Lady Susan rebukes a polite man after he greets her: “How dare you address me sir! Be gone or I’ll have you whipped!”. Then turning to her American friend Alicia Johnson (Chloe Sevigny), the Lady doth sayest, “I know him well, I would never speak to a stranger like that.” Love & Friendship marks the reunion between Beckinsale and Sevigny after Stillman’s 1998 The Last Days of Disco.
Here are some quick screen shots:
I can’t wait to see it! 🙂
Enjoy a preview clip from the next episode:
Bernie goes against Ric’s wishes & operates on his patient. Will Ric be able to forgive her?
Have you seen the latest spring promo the BBC have just released? There’s lots of good and promising Bernie stuff to come! 🙂
There’s a lot going on in Holby City this spring… Take a look.
Jemma took part in a film called ‘Life in Black‘ by Isher Sahota – you can watch the trailer below:
Starring Liam Neeson and Jemma Redgrave, Life in Black is a glimpse into the humble beginnings of actors and the miserable ends of their teachers. When a documentary film crew arrives at a newly established drama school, STRADA, it catches the young students haplessly stumbling at every hurdle, spurred on by their distant dream of being stars.