In a recent interview with USA Today promoting her new memoir A Story Lately Told, actress Anjelica Huston revealed her
Downton Abbey just finished it’s fourth series in the UK and since it’s done, ITV has announced that it has unsurprisingly commissioned a fifth series that will film in 2014. The series will be written by creator Julian Fellowes, who’s been rather busy lately. Show More Summary
Downton Abbey has been renewed for a fifth series by ITV. Carnival Films confirmed the renewal Sunday, ahead of the period drama’s fourth series finale. Creator Julian Fellowes will return as head writer, along with executive producers Liz Trubridge and Gareth Neame. Show More Summary
Damn skippy we do! Downton Abbey Creator Says Blacks Need More On-Screen Role Models Via DailyMail Downton Abbey has been met with applause for its decision to include a black character, the very first in its four series run –
Carlo Carlei’s Romeo and Juliet—a lush, conventional bodice-ripper of an adaptation with a screenplay (by Downton Abbey’s Julian Fellowes) that borrows heavily from Shakespeare without quite being Shakespeare—feels like a quaint throwback...Show More Summary
So as much as every generation deserves its own "Romeo & Juliet," this latest one does nothing to make anyone older than Hailee Steinfeld forget the heat of Baz Lurhmann's far sexier, noisier and passionate modern-dress version of 1996, when Claire Danes and Leo DiCaprio completely convinced us that they knew how to "play Satan's game." And how.
Romeo & Juliet is one of the world's most often-told love stories, but when Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes set out to adapt the work, he said he wanted to present a "glamorous" version of the tale for this generation to discover. Show More Summary
‘Downton Abbey’ Creator Julian Fellowes, Stars Defend Controversial Season 4 Plot via Rickey.org Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes is defending a controversial storyline which aired Sunday, claiming the offending scene was not done gratuitously. The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
In anticipation of this month's theatrical release of Romeo and Juliet (from Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes), my "Twisted Lit" co-author, Kim Askew, and I have rounded up the Hollywood hotties who are always welcome at our metaphorical balcony (and those which, arguably, ought to be banished). Show More Summary
When "Downton Abbey" returns to the U.S. for its fourth season, it actually won't pick up right where it left off. Fans know that the third season ended with a major - and depressing - death, and creator Julian Fellowes told CNN that he's giving the story a little breathing room from the season three […]
Downton Abbey boss Julian Fellowes has slammed the depiction of black actors in TV. The writer said the first black face in the ITV period drama will instead be very much a positive role model. Jazz singer Jack Ross, played by Gary Carr, makes his debut in the fourth series which hits our screens next month. And Julian, 64, said: “I …
After engaging in some vintage Ross-and-Racheling over the summer, rumors are floating that John Mayer proposed to Katy Perry but she turned him down like a maid does beds in a Julian Fellowes drama. Way harsh, Tai. Popcrush reports: Read more...
If you thought "Downton Abbey" creator Julian Fellowes would be easing up on viewers on Season 4 of the series, think again: Masterpiece executive produce...
Romeo and Juliet is getting the Downton Abbey treatment. The first trailer for Julian Fellowes’ adaptation is out and features Hailee Steinfeld and Douglas Booth as the ill-fated young lovers. Related posts: Get Ready for Downton Abbey’s...Show More Summary
'Romeo and Juliet' is constantly misinterpreted as an expression of true love. Will Julian Fellowes' adaptation capture the real horror of the classic tale? The post Will The Latest ‘Romeo and Juliet’ Adaptation Make Clear It’s a Horror Story, Not A Romance? appeared first on ThinkProgress.
A new trailer has been released for the latest take on the classic story of "Romeo & Juliet." Adapted by "Downton Abbey" creator Julian Fellowes,...
Yes, they're back. The faithfully tragic lovers from Shakespeare's great romance are returning to the big screen once again. And as long as young kids are falling in love, we'll probably average a Romeo & Juliet movie every 12 years or so.
It’s tough to feel anything about this trailer for Romeo & Juliet. Sure, it’s adapted by Downton Abbey mastermind Julian Fellowes. Yes, it’s great to see Hailee Steinfeld taking on another leading role. Without a doubt, the visuals look lush and the lines are spat with intensity. Show More Summary
Based on this first trailer, Julian Fellowes's reimagining of Romeo and Juliet is just a reimagining of corsets; this is the kind of movie you'd be forced to watch on the last day of English class, when your teacher is like "Screw it, I don't want to grade any more... More »
Perhaps every generation needs their own adaptation of William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet, but if the new trailer for this big screen version of the film from "Downton Abbey" writer Julian Fellowes and Italian director Carlo Carlei is any indicator, this generation is getting the shaft. Show More Summary