Howard McGillin, Victoria Clark, Corey Cott, Vanessa Hudgens, Dee Hoty, Steffanie Leigh, Eric Schaeffer, Heidi Thomas and Joashua Bergasse - Shots from the photocall at the Media day for the Broadway musical 'Gigi' which was held at the New 42nd Street Studios in New York City, New York, United States - Monday 22nd December 2014
Eric Schaeffer, Heidi Thomas and Joshua Bergasse - Media day for the Broadway musical 'Gigi' held at the New 42nd Street Studios - Rehearsal at New 42nd Street Studios, - New York, New York, United States - Monday 22nd December 2014
Based on Dodie Smith's novel, I Capture the Castle gives us a 17-year-old named Cassandra (Romola Garai), who spends most of her time writing in her journal. There is plenty of material around her. At the height of his literary fame, her father (Bill Nighy) bought an isolated castle on the English countryside. Twelve years later, circa mid-1930s, he hasn't written anything more than a laundry list and looks like a fine candidate for a straitjacket. As his creativity crumbles, so does his family, while the castle remains dank, dark, and home to quite a few rats.
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