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OFFICIAL Romeo And Juliet Trailer Offers Proper Look At Ed Westwick! Watch Video HERE!

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Yep. Now that we have some proper closeups, it’s safe to say Chuck Bass has not left us just yet.

The official trailer of Julian FellowesRomeo And Juliet was released today, and it’s got our eyes glued to our screens even more so than the leaked version did. While Hailee Steinfeld’s Juliet moves gracefully in silks, it’s Ed Westwick’s Tybalt that has us hooked.

Ch-ch-check out the video (above) for a proper look at the new adaptation, complete with the familiar faces of Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis.

In our book, there’s never such thing as too much Shakespeare. We’ll happily add this to our film list.

Now, excuse us. We have some Tybalt fantasizing daydreaming to do.

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4 comments to “OFFICIAL Romeo And Juliet Trailer Offers Proper Look At Ed Westwick! Watch Video HERE!”

  1. Queen Mab says – reply to this


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    Julian Fellowes has a difficult job-a serious attempt to bring Romeo and Juliet to the masses–when the DEFINITIVE job was accomplished 40+ years ago by Franco Zefferelli's Romeo and Juliet. I don't think anyone or anything will top that cinematically speaking.

  2. KSwizzle says – reply to this


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    It will never be the same with Leo and Claire. Can't they at least get them to do a cameo!

  3. Sez says – reply to this


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    I don't now why they're doing this again. NOTHING will beat Baz Luhrmann's version! Hailee seems quite wooden in this too…

  4. lauree says – reply to this


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    As much as I love the 1968 movie, it looks like they just filmed a play. And it was yeeeeaaars ago. Everything in movie making has advanced so much. And actors are better. They're always showing a new R&J production on stage - everyone knows the story yet people continue to go because it's a masterpiece. It will be retold again and again - it's taught in school, referenced constantly in cultures worldwide…it's probably the most famous story of all time. Yet that doesn't stop people from loving it - otherwise there wouldn't be plays all year round, all over the world, and it wouldn't be taught in school. They could make 100 R&J films and they would all come out differently. That's the great thing about taking a script and putting it in the hands of another director. It's about time for a new movie, I think this looks absolutely brilliant.

    And Ed Westwick really caught my attention - his performance looks really promising!