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Ed Harris Stars in an Adaptation of William Shakespeare’s ‘Cymbeline’

Filmmaker Michael Almereyda has created a modern-day adaptation of the William Shakespeare’s Cymbeline. Follow this link to access a free digital copy of this play.

The cast includes Dakota Johnson as Imogen, Ethan Hawke as Iachimo, and Ed Harris as Cymbeline. Indiewire reports that the movie currently does not have a US distributor. Thus far, no release date has been announced.

According to ComingSoon.net, the story for this crime drama film ”unfolds as an epic battle between dirty cops and a drug dealing biker gang set in a corruption-riddled 21st century America.” We’ve embedded the trailer above–what do you think?

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William Hurt, Ethan Hawke & Gillian Anderson Star in Moby Dick Miniseries

Today Encore will launch a three-hour adaptation of Herman Melville‘s Moby Dick, airing in time for the author’s 192nd birthday. Follow this link to download a free eBook copy of the classic novel.

The production stars William Hurt as Captain Ahab, Gillian Anderson as his wife and Ethan Hawke as Starbuck. Mike Barker directed and Nigel Williams wrote the script.

Here’s more about the miniseries: Moby Dick is set in Nantucket, 1850. Captain Ahab, a veteran whale hunter who lost his leg to Moby Dick, wants revenge. Twisted by bitterness, he’ll put the entire crew of the Pequod in extreme danger to hunt down the great white whale. And he’ll stop at nothing to kill his nemesis.”

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