Secret Whedon Project

October 25, 2011 by staff 

Secret Whedon ProjectSecret Whedon Project, It’s much ado. Joss Whedon has directed, adapted, cast and shot an entire movie – an adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” – in secret, TheWrap has learned.

Whedon, creator of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Angel” and wrote and directed upcoming Marvel “The Avengers”, wrote and directed the film, a person familiar with the project said Sunday night TheWrap.

On Sunday night, a website appeared announcing that Whedon “Much Ado About Nothing”, he says “is based on a play”, has completed principal photography. Two people familiar with the project confirmed that Whedon had filmed a movie really secret and only announced on Sunday evening.

The independent film does not have distribution.

The actors are Sean Maher, who starred in Whedon’s “Firefly” and in 2005 his film “Serenity”, Fran Kranz, who stars in “The Cabin in the Woods” which Whedon wrote and is producing, “Castillo”, “Firefly” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” star Nathan Fillion and “Angel” and “Cabin” star Amy Acker. Spencer Treat Clark and Jillian Morgese, newcomers Whedon projects, also star.

Some of the actors took to Twitter to express enthusiasm for the movie night on Sunday.

“I promise that is the real deal and we are very excited about it!” Maher wrote.

Also Twitter, “Surprise! We just finished today …”

Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” is the kind of project like Whedon. Your use of malapropisms resources Whedon style, like his characters with conventional views about love.

The play is a comedy about two kinds of lovers. The fast-talking jokes and cynical Benedick and Beatrice while the sweet young Claudio and Hero are so enamored that he can barely speak.

Benedick and Beatrice are tricked into proclaiming their love for each other, while Claudio was fooled into rejection hero at the altar. But the plan is foiled and married two couples.

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