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Surely the most faithful adaptations have been of The Murders In The Rue Morgue. The most faithful of those I believe is the 1986 version with George C Scott as Dupin.. There are earlier, less faithful versions. There are a number of Poe adaptations by Roger Corman in the 1960s, mostly with Vincent Price. However, most of these films are named after one ...


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It is known that Vishal Bhardwaj is a big fan of Shakespeare. So clearly he must have wanted to turn them into movies and it seems he planned to make them a trilogy at least after the second film: "It will come because I have to complete my trilogy on Shakespeare but not in the near future," Bhardwaj said adding that he is yet to decide upon a specific ...


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The mention of Lady Macbeth once having a child is certainly not a new invention created by the filmmakers for this particular adaptation of Macbeth. Shakespeare's Macbeth mentions Lady Macbeth having a child at one point. ACT 1 SCENE VII Lady Macbeth: I have given suck, and know how tender 'tis to love the babe that milks me. Shakespeare based ...


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A big part of Daario's story is that Dany is very attracted to him. In the books, she is a 14 year old girl who finds his flamboyant style different, mysterious, and intriguing. It's easy to convey her attraction through text, but the shows are a visual medium. Therefore, Daario needs to be more conventionally attractive, so that the TV watching audience ...



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