Sony Pictures Classics has released a new clip from the upcoming drama "The Wife." The film, which stars Glenn Close, Jonathan Pryce, Elizabeth McGovern, Max Irons, Christian Slater, Harry Lloyd, Annie Starke and Alix Wilton Regan, was directed by Björn Runge from a screenplay by Jane Anderson (It Could Happen to You, How to Make an American Quilt), based on the Meg Wolitzer novel of the same name. "Joan Castleman (Glenn Close) is a highly intelligent and still-striking beauty – the perfect devoted wife. Forty years spent sacrificing her own talent, dreams and ambitions to fan the flames of her charismatic husband Joe (Jonathan Pryce) and his skyrocketing literary career. Ignoring his infidelities and excuses because of his "art" with grace and humor. Their fateful pact has built a marriage upon uneven compromises and Joan's reached her breaking point. On the eve of Joe's Nobel Prize for Literature, the crown jewel in a spectacular body of work, Joan's coup de grace is to confront the biggest sacrifice of her life and secret of his career. THE WIFE is a poignant, funny and emotional journey; a celebration of womanhood, self-discovery and liberation." "The Wife" will be arriving in theaters on August 17th, 2018. What are your guy's thoughts on the clip? #TheWife#BjörnRunge#GlennClose#JonathanPryce#ElizabethMcGovern#MaxIrons#ChristianSlater#HarryLloyd#AnnieStarke#AlixWiltonRegan#JaneAnderson#MegWolitzer#SonyPicturesClassics#NewClip
There were two things I couldn't get out of my mind. One was Dominic, the way he said, "I slipped," just before he died. The other was you. How you used to read me your Song of Songs, remember? "How beautiful are your feet / In sandals, O prince's daughter." I used to read the Bible every night. Every night I used to think about you. "Your navel is a bowl / Well-rounded with no lack of wine / Your belly, a heap of wheat / Surrounded with lilies / Your breasts / Clusters of grapes / Your breath, sweet-scented as apples." Nobody's gonna love you the way I loved you. There were times I couldn't stand it any more. I used to think of you. I'd think, "Deborah lives. She's out there. She exists." And that would get me through it all. You know how important that was to me?.... Noodles, to Deborah
Si, si, si e ancora si! Confermato ufficialmente il film di #DowntonAbbey , le cui riprese inizieranno proprio quest’estate! Sebbene la conclusione della sesta stagione sia stata comunque soddisfacente, è impossibile non essere entusiasti davanti all’idea di rivedere Lord e Lady Grantham (Hugh Bonneville e Elizabeth McGovern), Mary (Michelle Dockery), Edith (Laura Caremichael) e la tenuta di Downton più in generale.
La sesta stagione aveva visto la chiusura del cerchio, molti nodi venire al pettine proprio mentre diversi personaggi facevano la loro ricomparsa a Downton. Abbiamo infatti rivisto la piccola Sybil con Tom (Allen Leech), l’ex cameriera Gwen (Rose Leslie), proprio come l’indomita Rose (Lily James). Cosa potrà mai raccontarci il film di Downton? Quando potremo vederlo, presumibilmente?
Se le riprese inizieranno quest’estate è difficile pensare che potremo vederlo a Natale nei cinema - come sarebbe stato logico immaginare. Date più probabili sono l’estate 2019 oppure Natale 2019. Anche se con Downton non si sa mai e potremmo rivedere tutti già tra qualche mese. .
Non ci sono ancora state conferme sul cast nè sulla trama. È comunque probabile che il cast principale torni al completo, forse con l’eccezione di Lady Violet (Maggie Smith). In una recente intervista, Dame Maggie Smith avrebbe chiarito di non essere entusiasta di un revival e che Downton avesse, a detta sua, raccontato tutto quello che aveva da raccontare. “Ma è un problema di Julian Fellows, non mio.” - ha poi concluso.
Certo è che senza Lady Violet non sarà lo stesso! Vedremo!
All you Downton Abbey aficionados, the biggest news is out for you! The Crawley family is coming to the big screen now, it has officially been announced that Downton Abbey The Movie shall hit the screens soon and the film production would start this summer! The movie will premiere in 2019. Now you can all forget the heart-wrenching nostalgia that has been afflicting you ever since the last season of this phenomenal period drama premiered back in 2015. The overwhelmingly larger-than-life grandiosity of the Edwardian era, the opulently rococoesque boulevards and corridors of Highclere Castle tapestried in damask and chintz at every corner, the very elegant British beau-monde and patriciate- what with their romances, intrigues and exploits, are coming back to enthrall you all over again. The last season saw a culmination of the ritzy 1920's Jazz age zeitgeist, Parisian fashion aesthetic and a satisfactory denouement of all the characters' lives- particularly Lady Edith, who despite her earlier misfortunes, ended up marrying the love of her life and becoming a Marchioness. We have all been missing the witty banter and bon-mot filled repartee of the Dowager Countess, the inspiring gallantry of Lord Grantham, the haute soigné and aristocratic airs of Lady Mary Crawley, the whole upstairs-downstairs enchilada, and Carson's regimented servant quarters, haven't we? Well, our prayers have been answered. Downton is coming back! Be ready to be catapulted once again into the overpoweringly royal mise-en-scène of the Downton household- the clinquant chandeliers, Louis-the-Sixteenth furniture, luxuriant bergères, baroque architecture, cloisonné vases, oromolu lamps, the militaryesque servant regime, afternoon tea soirées, garden parties, lady's maids, impeccable etiquette...and so much more!
No wonder it is the Duchess of Cambridge's favourite show.👑
"Don't be a defeatist dear, it's very middle-class"
-Lady Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham
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Welcome back to Downton! We’re thrilled to announce that #DowntonAbbey is coming to the big screen. Film production begins this summer. @focusfeatures @carnivalfilms
It's official! With cast members also confirming the news! We have so many questions!!!!!!!!!! # Repost @downtonabbey_official with @get_repost
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