Joss Whedon's Shakespearean road trip for 'Much Ado'. The L.A. Times covers Bus Ado: "Number two was not permitted." We also have SXSW screening reports and reviews from The Huffington Post, The Hollywood Reporter, Flavorwire.com: "Alexis Denisof is a smashing Benedick; he lets the words drip off his tongue like bile, and pulls off his many soliloquies merely by seeming like the kind of guy who loves nothing more than the sound of his own voice", ComingSoon.net: "the real joy of this version are the little guys [...] they all take advantage of delightful small moments to fill Shakespeare's words and Whedon's film with soul", Geeksofdoom.com: "Acker exudes such charm and grace, it's impossible not to fall in love with her", FilmSchoolRejects.com: "a whimsical, enchanting and laugh aloud adaptation", BadAssDigest.com:
"See it, fall in love with it, then meet up with me so we can dish. Much Ado About Nothing is a triumph of charm and wit, going down so pleasantly that we very easily forget how astonishing it is that it actually exists"
Tired of reading? Take in these red carpet pics at AustinChronicle.com.
March 11 2013
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