The movie Pride & Prejudice meets 15 years since it was released on the billboard of United Kingdom the September 16, 2005 and there is no better way to celebrate it than with 15 curiosities (that you should know) of this romantic film based on the novel of the same name by Jane Austen and directed by Joe Wright.
In addition, it is now available again in the catalog of Netflix.
Matthew Macfadyen (Sr. Darcy) is short-sighted, so in one of the final shots, where his character must find Elizabeth in the middle of a morning mist, director Joe Wright he was behind the camera waving a red flag as he called out his name so he would know where to walk.
At the beginning of the movie, we see Elizabeth reading a novel titled First impressions; this was jane’s original title Austen before i changed it to Pride and prejudice. What’s more, text on visible pages can be read when paused; is the last chapter of Pride and Prejudice, with the names changed.
Director Joe Wright I was not initially interested in what Keira Knightley will interpret Elizabeth; he thought she was too attractive. He changed his mind upon meeting her, and decided that her tomboyish demeanor would be perfect for the role.
Rosamund Pike it was the director’s first choice Joe Wright for the role of Jane. She turned down the role of Rita Skeeter on Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005) to make this movie.
The last scene featuring the newlyweds Elizabeth and the Sr. Darcy outside Pemberley showing their mutual affection was absent at the premiere of the United Kingdom.
The scene where the Sr. Bingley rehearsing to propose to Jane was improvised. Initially, it was supposed to be shorter, but Simon Woods It was so good that the scene dragged on.
When Elizabeth Bennet (Keira Knightley) is in the lake after rejecting the proposal of the Sr. Collins (Tom Hollander), a flock of geese flew out of the pond immediately after the headmaster Joe Wright shout “action!” This was not planned.
Mary Bennet was originally cut from the movie to leave only four sisters until it was decided at the last minute to keep the character. It was played by Talulah Riley.
The frequent close-ups of the hand of Matthew Macfadyen are a reference to the fact that the ultimate goal of the sisters’ lives Bennet it is the “hand” of a rich man in marriage, and an omen of the fact that Elizabeth finally wins the “hand” of the Sr. Darcy.
The actresses that make up the family Bennet (Keira Knightley, Rosamund Pike, Jena Malone, Talulah Riley and Carey Mulligan) went to the place where the house is located Bennet, on Kent, before the production team, and they played hide and seek in order to get to know the house and others better before filming began.
This movie is set in 1797, the year in which Jane Austen wrote the first draft of Pride and Prejudice. This is unusual, as most film adaptations of the text are set in 1813, when the draft is finalized and reviewed.
Director Joe Wright specifically instructed Keira Knightley so that he would never pout for the entire movie. However, there is a scene where he does it, but it was shot without the presence of Wright.
Simon Woods, who is a natural blonde, had to dye her hair red for the role of the Sr. Bingley. Oddly enough, it continued to grow that color after filming.
Keira Knightley was preparing for his role in Domino (2005) while filming this movie and he had already cut his hair. She had to wear a wig for the last few weeks of filming and long sleeves to hide her muscles.
Talulah Riley, who plays Mary, the third daughter of Bennet, is younger than Carey Mulligan, who plays Kitty, the fourth daughter. Jena Malone, who plays the youngest daughter Lydia, is greater than both, as well as Keira Knightley, who plays Elizabeth, the second daughter.
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