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Watch: Keira Knightley and Helen Mirren in new trailer for 'Berlin, I Love You'

I previously posted a trailer here (which was not an official one at the time), last July 2018. Now, six months later, a new trailer (which was exclusively released by People this Tuesday, January 15th) has been released for one of Keira Knightley's upcoming films, Berlin, I Love You, an anthology feature of 10 stories of romance in the German capital. It stars Keira with Dame Helen Mirren (their 3rd film together! They first co-starred in Collateral Beauty, this movie, and last November's Disney's live action film, The Nutcracker And The Four Realms with Matthew Macfadyen), Luke Wilson, Jim Sturgess, and Jenna Dewan to name a few of an all-star cast. Helen Mirren and Keira Knightley are playing mother and daughter in their own segment in the film, which will be released in U.S. Theaters and VOD (Video On Demand) February 8th!

Watch the trailer for Berlin, I Love You (via People or YouTube) below...

Pride and Prejudice Quotes from Novel to Film (Chapter 41)

Okay, it's been a while since I last posted about this here. So, continuing from my previous posts (Chapters 1-35), skipping Chapter 36-40, since there were no matching dialogues (from book to movie) in the last 5 chapters...and moving onto the next Chapter 41, which was about Lydia being invited by the Forsters to go to Brighton and Kitty was not happy that she wasn't invited as well.

Read more here...

Watch: Keira Knightley talks Pride & Prejudice and her other films in BBC Radio One's Movies That Made Me

Keira Knightleywas featured in BBC Radio One's Movies That Made Me interview series (last November 2018) and her interview titled Keira Knightley: Movies That Made Me was recently made available through BBC's iPlayer and official Youtube channel (parts 1 and 2). Keira talks to BBC Radio 1's Film Critic Ali Plumb through her biggest film roles, from Star Wars, Love Actually, Pride & Prejudice, and Pirates of the Caribbean to her latest movie, The Nutcracker and the Four Realms. I love this interview of Keira talking about her movies especially about Pride & Prejudice, of course. It's nothing new about P&P, but I love hearing Keira talking about it so fondly and enthusiastically (even after almost 14 years of the film's release). It's not just in this interview, but every time she's been asked about Pride & Prejudice over the years, she always lights up and loves talking about it. After all, she said, she's been loving and obsessing abou…

Happy New Year 2019!

2018 has been a quite slow, but still a good year for this P&P '05 Blog and it's all because of YOUThank YOU all so much for visitingreading, and commenting here. Unlike last year, we’re I had posted more...this year, I posted less here, since got super busy. No worries, this year I’ll try to post more and keep updating, and keeping this Blog and P&P movie alive. Hope to continue and keep going for many more years to come (or for as long as I can).
I would like to wish all the P&P/Jane Austen fans around the world, frequent visitors, and faithful readers of this bloghere a...

Merry Christmas!

Wishing all the devoted Pride & Prejudice Fans, visitors, and all the faithful P&P Blog Readers here today a very...

Happy Birthday Jane Austen!

Happy 243rd Birthday to the lovely, genius and way ahead of her time, beloved English novelist, the one and only, JANE AUSTEN!

Worth re-posting every year (and slightly edited and updated) for your FYI...

Remembering and celebrating her birthday today, Jane Austen, the woman who wrote the original Pride and Prejudicenovel (which had been made into several TV and Film adaptations including the 2005 film, Pride & Prejudice), which was her first (can you believe unsuccessful?!) submission to a publisher back in 1797 (221 years ago) titled "First Impressions" (later changed to "Pride and Prejudice"). She revised "First Impressions" and published it entitled "Pride and Prejudice" in 1813 (205 years ago, 11 months ago this year!).

Watch: A teaser trailer for Downtown Abbey film!

Focus Features (Pride & Prejudice, Atonement, Anna Karenina) has just released a teaser trailer for the upcoming film version of Downton Abbeywith most of the original cast returning including asIsobel Crawley! The film is slated for a September 20, 2019 theatrical release.

Read more info. and watch the teaser trailer below...


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