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Much Ado About Nothing (2013) - Theatrical Poster - Courtesy of Lionsgate

New Much Ado About Nothing Poster

Much Ado About Nothing - International Theatrical Poster - Courtesy of LionsgateLionsgate, via IMPAwards, has released a new theatrical poster for their new film, Much Ado About Nothing. The film is a modern version of Shakespeare’s classic comedy adapted and directed by Joss WhedonMuch Ado About Nothing stars Amy AckerAlexis DenisofNathan FillionClark GreggFran KranzAshley Johnson, and Reed Diamond. The film opens in North America on June 7 and in the UK and Ireland on June 14.

Filmed in just 12 days entirely on location in exotic Santa Monica, the film features a cast of beloved (or soon to be beloved) actors – some of them veterans of Shakespearean theater, some completely new to the form. But all dedicated to the idea that this story bears retelling, that this dialogue is as fresh and intoxicating as any being written, and that the joy of working on a passion project surrounded by dear friends, admired colleagues and an atmosphere of unabashed rapture far outweighs their hilariously miniature paychecks.

Shot in glorious black and white by Jay Hunter, the film stars Acker and Denisof as Beatrice and Benedick, the world’s least likely lovers headed for their inevitable tumble into love. As Joss Whedon puts it: “The text is to me a deconstruction of the idea of love, which is ironic, since the entire production is a love letter – to the text, to the cast, even to the house it’s shot in.” The supporting cast includes Nathan Fillion as Dogberry, Clark Gregg as Leonato, Fran Kranz as Claudio and Reed Diamond as Don Pedro.

Here is the new poster for Much Ado About Nothing.

Source: IMPAwards

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