June 17 2014
'Joss Whedon as Shakespearean Moralist' - out later on this year. According to the publisher's blurb, "this study in narrative ethics contends that Whedon is the Shakespeare of our time". The book can pre-ordered at Amazon.com.
July 07 2013
Much Ado close to reaching $3 million. Joss Whedon's take on Shakespeare earned about $472 thousand this weekend, according to Box Office Mojo, keeping it in the top 20 overall. In its fifth week of release, it's earned $2,997,000 in the US, and more than $335,000 in the UK. More...
June 11 2013
Amy Acker on Much Ado About Nothing A Q & A with Amy Acker that covers where she stayed when she came to LA to do Dollhouse, making Shakespeare accessible to students & whether it was more fun to play Fred or Illyria. More...
May 28 2013
What if Shakespeare had written for Buffy? SFX has a bit of fun.
May 20 2013
Tom Hiddleston returns to the Shakespearian stage. He is set to play the title role in a new production of 'Coriolanus' at London's Donmar Warehouse.
November 05 2012
The Operative takes on Shakespeare. Watch Ejiofor perform Shakespeare's Hamlet and make an appearance in the 2005 documentary Why Shakespeare?.
March 30 2012
(SPOILER) Joss Whedon Interview: The Cabin In The Woods, The Avengers, Shakespeare... Contains slight spoilers for Cabin, but worth the read for what JW says about Much Ado about Nothing. More...
November 03 2011
Stratford-On-Hellmouth. It began on twitter, inspired by Bellwether's upcoming Much Ado About Nothing. More...
October 25 2011
New song in Much Ado from Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen. Jed Whedon will also score Bellwether Pictures' first production.
August 19 2011
Macbeth on Audio Download. Download available of James Marsters performing Macbeth for L.A. Theatre Works. More...
October 10 2010
James Marsters receives special gift at New York Comic-Con. For those of you who don't Facebook, here is the YouTube link to the video which explains everything.
February 07 2008
McKellen, Stewart ... and Ejiofor. The Operative/Othello will battle with Magneto/Gandalf/Lear and Xavier/Picard/Macbeth for the Laurence Olivier Best Actor Award. More...
April 22 2004
James Marsters is the UK's favourite to play Romeo. An online poll conducted by the Royal Shakespeare Company has voted James Marsters as the nation's favourite to play Romeo. Kiera Knightley is the favourite to play Juliet. She even beat Juliet Landau in the poll. More...
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