Too bad no one is going to pay to see the film. Most mainstream filmgoers would opt for root canal over having to sit through a 19th century social commentary piece. Take Ang Lee's Sense And Sensibility as an example. It earned seven Oscar nominations back in 1995, but only grossed $42 million in the States.
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Vanity Fair's original screenwriters Matthew Faulk and Mark Skeet are furious their names have appeared on the credits of the period drama - because they were replaced by OSCAR-winning scribe Julian Fellowes.
Faulk and Skeet were the first writers approached by director Mira Nair to adapt WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY's classic novel for the big screen and were dismayed when the script was dumped.
They were further angered when Gosford Park writer Fellowes was called in to create the screenplay from scratch.
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The band have decided to reform in the wake of Prince’s sudden death last week.
Harrington is currently on London’s West End, in a modern-retting of Christopher Marlowe’s classic tale.
Who will play Pennywise?
What a revival it will be!
The two artists had collaborated together in the early 90s.