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Three new bright blue pigments with origins in the hometown of Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet have become stars in a drama that is unsettling experts on conservation of archaeological treasures around the world.
University House Wallingford is pleased to celebrate the 105th birthday of Juliet Rawlings on December 16, 2010. In honor of this momentous birthday, Mayor Mike McGinn has proclaimed December 16th as Juliet Rawlings Day in the city of Seattle.
Claire Danes and Hugh Dancy, who met on the set of the 2007 film Evening, tied the knot several weeks ago in France, a wedding guest told People.com. Danes is best known for her work on TV's My So-Called Life and in the movies William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet, The Hours and The Family Stone. Dancy
Officials in a small Georgia town say they had to get rid of the swans that became local mascots because the birds became too violent. Residents of Mountain Park said Romeo, a male swan, arrived in town several years ago with his mate, Juliet, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Thursday.
The horror/classic literature mash-up Romeo & Juliet vs. The Living Dead is to have its world premiere at the Edinburgh Film Festival, Third Star Films said.
The Edinburgh Film Festival will host the world premiere of the feature film Romeo & Juliet vs.
A director at Shakespeare's Globe Theater in London says he is meeting with police to discuss concerns that Romeo and Juliet promotes knife crimes. Bill Buckhurst, who is directing a production of William Shakespeare's tragedy that will be shown for free to about 10,000 teenagers, said he plans to discuss its violent aspects, including three fatal stabbings and Juliet's famous suicide-by-dagger, with Cmdr.
Australian filmmaker Baz Luhrmann has bought the rights to F. Scott Fitzgerald's Jazz Age novel The Great Gatsby, Variety.com reported. Luhrmann's films include Moulin Rouge, William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet, Strictly Ballroom and the current release, Australia.
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