Movies

They Really Nailed the Yearning: Emma

Anya Taylor-Joy and Johnny Flynn in Emma

Emma.

Directed By: Autumn de Wilde

Me at the beginning of Emma: Really? Knightley can’t dress himself and pull his own pants up? Oh dear movie.

Me at the end of Emma: Aw that was so good! I think it’s my favorite Austen adaptation!

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Movies

Black Widow Pulled & Other Movie News

Scarlett and Florence in Black Widow

Well unsurprisingly (I was still hoping at least) Black Widow┬áhas been pulled from May 1st. I’m guess the Wonder Woman 1984 announcement comes next.

I don’t know about the rest of you but I’m pretty much done with 2020.

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Books

Jane Austen, Daisy Jones & Goodreads

Emma

The person in the middle of this cover is blue. Not like her clothes or metaphorically speaking blue because Knightley doesn’t love her but blue and it took me like a week of picking it up and reading before I finally thought, “Hey that person is blue!”

But this ramble isn’t so much about blueness as the big important questions in a readers life like… If Jane Austen was alive today what would she read?

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Movies

Mutant Trailers & Globes

new mutants trailer

So in all honesty I didn’t think they’d ever release The New Mutants in theaters. The last I heard several months ago was rumors about reshoots and I pretty much gave up hope.

But yes, a new trailer! It’s coming in April which considering we’re getting Emma soon that’s a double dose of Anya Taylor-Joy who I’m a big fan of so Monday morning win!

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