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Detention antics

August 7, 2009


RIP John Hughes. I think I feel a Breakfast Club rewatch coming up soon.

Bride and Prejudice

June 5, 2009


Bride and Prejudice starring Aishwarya Rai as Lalita/Lizzie and Martin Henderson as William Darcy I’ve seen this before, but it was on tv the other night and I caught the opening number. Yes, cheesiness but so entertaining. If you are a Pride and Prejudice fan I recommend it for kicks. The Bennets are reimagined as […]

Outlander optioned for film

November 27, 2008


Outlander has now been optioned for film – here’s an article from Variety. You can read Diana Gabaldon’s take on the whole thing. If it goes forward, hopefully they cast it properly, particularly for Jamie. Not the right age, but the Life fan in me of course thinks of Damian Lewis. And on the other […]

Half-blood prince trailer

November 18, 2008


A newer Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince trailer. Still irked that this should have been in theatres this week. Is it July yet? And here’s an older trailer in high resolution. Previous posts here, here and here.

two short things

October 26, 2008


Book vs. movie – So there’s going to be a film version of Sophie Kinsella’s Confessions of a Shopaholic and Shopaholic Takes Manhattan. Becky (Isla Fisher) is American and lives in NY, and it appears they made Luke her boss or supervisor at the magazine. Looks like one to catch on dvd. I don’t mind […]

Half-Blood Prince updates

August 16, 2008


The trailer for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince gets released and fans squeee in anticipation for November. But then two weeks later, it’s sorry – now the wait is until July 17, 2009. In the meantime, there’s been new photos released (see Mugglenet), and Entertainment Weekly’s set report is now online here. Eleven months […]

Harry Potter goodness

July 31, 2008


July 31 – Happy birthday to Harry, and of course, to JK Rowling. Warner Brothers timed this well – a trailer for Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince has been released, great way to celebrate. Mark November 21 July 17 July 15, 2009 on the calendar. There’s this article from the Telegraph: Tom is played […]