What to do after having made one of the most spectacular and successful superhero movies of all times? The answer seems easy: a party. And that’s precisely what Much Ado About Nothing is, shot in 12 days at Joss Whedon’s home with a crew made of colleagues and friends. The result is a brilliant adaptation of William Shakespeare’s work, where jazzy echoes of John Cassavetes’ cinema seeps into its black and white images.
Director, screenwriter and producer, with Buffy the Vampire Slayer (97-03) he achieved a long-lasting cult, renovated with productions like Firefly (02). He was co-screenwriter on The Cabin in the Woods (12) and took the adventures The Avengers (12) to the screen.
Edition: 2013 Section: Seven Chances Original language: