Oscar Wilde is The Happy Prince in Rupert Everett’s latest writer/director project. The British actor has previously played Oscar Wilde on stage in a revival of David Hare’s play ‘The Judas Kiss‘ but, despite this movie following a similar timespan as the play, Everett has created a new, sensitive, and compelling biopic to end all Oscar Wilde biopics.
The story follows Wilde’s tragic last days with raw emotion, humour, and such passion, that it is obvious Everett put his absolute all into creating this movie. Joining him are Colin Firth (Bridget Jones’s Diary), Emily Watson (Little Women), and Colin Morgan (Merlin) as well as a host of great actors.
Check out the trailer below- and find it at your local cinema.
The project from Apple draws us into the world of Emily Dickinson and explores the themes of society, gender and family. The series follows Emily as a young writer who feels she doesn’t fit in to her world, and is shown through her imaginative point of view.
Dickinson is the writer’s coming-of-age story and shows her fight to have her voice heard. The comedy is still set in the 1800s, but is being made more accessible through its modern tone and styling.
The six-part drama is taking us back to Victor Hugo’s original novel and exploring the themes of revolution, love, and survival. Filming for the cast and crew began in Belgium and Northern France earlier this year. Casting looks particularly exciting with Dominic West as Jean Valjean, and David Oyelowo the villainous policeman Javert. Lily Collins will play Fantine, the orphaned single mother, with Ellie Bamber as daughter Cosette. Olivia Colman and Adeel Akhtar are set to star as Madame Thénardier and Monsieur Thénardier along with Josh O’Connor and Erin Kellyman as Marius and Éponine respectively.
With a Kiss I Die is a new film directed by Ronnie Khalil. The Shakespearean classic has been reimagined as a vampiric romp, answering that age-old question of ‘what if Juliet Capulet was turned into a vampire and discovers her bisexuality?’
It is set 800 years after the death of Romeo and the death of Juliet as a mortal… Juliet (played by Ella Kweku), meets Farryn (Paige Emerson) who captures her heart much like Romeo had all those centuries ago. Once again it seems the lovers are star-crossed as the ruthless head of Juliet’s vampire family does not approve of the lesbionics. Juliet finds she must choose between her love and her family, and is understandably nervous that she will be repeating her past and inviting tragedy once more.
With a Kiss I Die is released on August the 28th 2018 and you can preorder the film on iTunes.
We first had a teaser trailer for it back in March’18 and Disney are treating us to another while we wait for the movie’s release.
In this latest trailer we get to see Tigger, Piglet, and the rest of Pooh’s friends!
Release date is August 3rd 2018- and we cannot wait!
That isn’t stopping us from lapping it up of course and if you’ve been eagerly awaiting season 6 then here’s the trailer. Read More