Michael Fassbender stars as the title character in the first trailer for director Justin Kurzel's adaptation of Shakespeare's 'Macbeth'.
Something wicked this way comes, and it's the new Macbeth trailer. Michael Fassbender plays the titular role in the latest adaptation of the Shakespeare classic. As we get closer to the year's end and the fog clears off from the 2016 Oscar contenders, this film from director Justin Kurzel is rising up in the ranks. Show More Summary
Many CHF employees live in West Philadelphia not far from Clark Park, a triangular patch of grass that accommodates Shakespeare, farm stands, sword fighting, and volleyball, depending on the time of year. Previously unbeknownst to me, the building that houses CHF’s museum is connected to the park through a joint owner: Clarence Clark. Show More Summary
The gritty Shakespeare adaptation hits select theaters Dec. 4.
Royal Shakespeare Company has created "RE: Shakespeare,” an app with Samsung that remixes Shakespeare through a hip-hop lens.
Many will be familiar with Hamlet's famous soliloquy by Shakespeare. It's a question that continues to puzzle me. Or I might describe it as not always knowing when to let go. Put simply, it's do with allowing what's not meant to be to be okay with me. Show More Summary
Footage from the latest Shakespeare adaptation of Macbeth shows why Michael Fassbender and director Justin Kurzel are going to make an epic Assassin's Creed movie! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. If you're going...Show More Summary
Never afraid of a challenging role, Michael Fassbender is the lead stud in Justin Kurzel’s forthcoming flick “Macbeth.” The new adaptation of the William Shakespeare period tragedy is slated to hit theaters on December 4th and also stars...Show More Summary
The Weinstein Company releases an American trailer for Macbeth, which stars Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard. The adaptation of one of Shakespeare’s most notable classics arrives at theaters December 4, 2015. The official synopsis...Show More Summary
Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard look fantastic in the first "MacBeth" trailer.
So have you seen the clips of this Macbeth? / It reeks of style and moody glee, you see.
In 2011, notoriously criticized filmmaker Roland Emmerich tackled an unexpected subject: the theory that William Shakespeare didn't write the plays that made him a household name. With "Anonymous," Emmerich joined the conspiracy theorists with style, but most critics dismissed the film outright, arguably judging it on concept more than execution. Show More Summary
The Weinstein Company has released the new trailer for Justin Kurzel's new adaptation of William Shakespeare's period tragedy "Macbeth" starring Michael Fassbender, and Marion Cotillard. "Macbeth" is the story of a fearless warrior and inspiring leader brought low by ambition and desire. Show More Summary
For a pundit like myself to critique an investor like Warren Buffett is a bit like asking a high school English teacher to review Shakespeare, but they do it, so I might as well. Without examining his investment in Phillips 66 in detail, some comments can be made about the [...]
The Wrath of the Lamb, the series finale for Hannibal on NBC, contained a lot of material to provide a satisfactory ending should this be the last we see of these versions of the Hannibal Lecter characters. First there was the dramatic sequence in which Francis Dolarhyde pretended to kill himself, which certainly would have [...]Show More Summary
Pictured: 'The Thrush and the Woodpecker' | Courtesy of C. Stanley Photography Forget British imports or celebrities doing Shakespeare: Terror is the hot new trend in theater. It started in January with an adaptation of the vampire novel and film Let the Right One In, helmed by John Tiffany and Steven Hoggett. Show More Summary
At times in Lyndsey Turner’s production of Hamlet, the hottest London theater ticket in at least a decade, Benedict Cumberbatch is suddenly spotlighted. The actors around him, now dimly lit, remain onstage but move in pronounced slow motion, choreographed by the show’s movement director, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui. Show More Summary
A retelling of Shakespear's MACBETH with the three witches front and center.
Farts are often a source of discomfort and embarrassment, so why do they double as an inspiration for humor, even literary beauty? The post From the Sumerians to Shakespeare to Twain: Why Fart Jokes Never Get Old appeared first on The Good Men Project.
In an apparent bid to take all of the week’s entertainment news stories and jam them into a single project, ABC has announced that it’s ordering a pilot for a modern-day political drama based on William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. The...Show More Summary