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IFFBoston Review: Joss Whedon's 'Much Ado About Nothing'

IFFBoston:
Shakespeare has never been as accessible on the big screen as he is in Joss Whedon’s “Much Ado About Nothing.” Sure, there have been plenty of modern Shakespearean film adaptations, but they often rely on well-known actors or massive stylistic updates to connect with audiences. Whedon’s version bridges that gap because it features his stable of performers and includes modern technology, while maintaining the essence of The Bard’s work.

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alycakes1317d ago

I will be going to see this one. I love that Joss is so loyal to all the actors that have worked for him is the past. They in turn are loyal to him. I think almost all of them have been in one of his tv series at one time or another.