#Shakespeare | Are these the 10 best Screen Adaptations? | Guardian + 10 Film Adaptations You Haven’t Seen | Flavorwire

The last Shakespeare adaptation I watched was Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing. I thought the modern interpretation was cleverly done with the limited financial and production resources with which it was filmed. Waiting to borrow Fassbender’s Macbeth from my local library. Excited to finally watch. I’ve always been impressed with Fassbender’s…ahem…presence.

Are these the 10 best Shakespeare screen adaptations? READ: Are these the 10 best Shakespeare screen adaptations? | Stage | The Guardian  + The 10 Best Faithful Shakespeare Adaptations on Film | Flavorwire

There are countless stage and screen adaptations of the playwright’s oeuvre, but we’re highlighting some of the underappreciated and little-known movies inspired by the English writer. READ: 10 Shakespeare Film Adaptations You Haven’t Seen | Flavorwire




Immersive #Theater Experience Lets You Become One of ‘The Goonies’ | Mashable #transmedia #movies #film #interactive #fans #entertainment

Though we might not be getting a sequel to The Goonies anytime soon, director Richard Donner has revealed plans for the next best thing: an “immersive” theater experience in which you can be play of the Goonies. In a recent interview with Yahoo! Movies, Donner divulged that the classic 1985 film is about to become a uniquely immersive stage experience on the off-Broadway stage. Immersion theater is “where there’s no seats, the venue is you go into a warehouse and there’s something happening in that warehouse and that’s the play you’ve come to see, only you become part of it and you travel through with actors,” Donner said. READ MORE: Immersive theater experience lets you become one of ‘The Goonies’ | Mashable