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Quote of the Day: Keira Knightley on Her Pout

Keira Knightley in 'Pride and Prejudice' Keira Knightley for Chanel

"I’ve got [the pout] out of my system. I didn’t know I did it so much, and [Pride and Prejudice director] Joe [Wright] banned it from the film. Then, when we did the Chanel adverts he said, 'You know that pout we banned? Can we have it back and as much as possible.'"

- Keira Knightley recalls director Joe Wright eliminating her pout on set only to later ask her for it during a Chanel shoot.

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TV on DVD: April 27, 2010

Here are some of the options available this Tuesday:

The Hills DVD

  • The Buddha (TV Documentary)
  • Georgia O’Keeffe (TV Movie)
  • Ghost Hunters (Season 5, Part 2)
  • G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero (Season 2)
  • The Hills (Season 5, Part 2)
  • It’s Garry Shandling’s Show (Season 1)
  • Last of the Summer Wine (Vintage 1982-1983)
  • Mega Piranha (TV Movie)
  • Murphy’s Law (Series 2)
  • Pride and Prejudice (Restored Edition) (BBC Miniseries)
  • Rita Rocks (Season 1)
  • Sex and the City (Seasons 1-6)
  • Sherri (Season 1)
  • Survivors (Seasons 1 & 2)
  • Survivors (Complete Original Series 1975-1977)
  • Tales from the Darkside (Season 3)

Make sure to also check out the DVD and Blu-ray film options for this week.

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This Week on DVD and Blu-ray: January 26, 2010

Here are some of the options available this Tuesday:

Surrogates DVD

  • Atonement: Blu-ray
  • The Boys are Back: DVD
  • Bright Star: DVD
  • Fame: Blu-ray
  • I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell: DVD
  • Little Ashes: DVD
  • Michael Jackson’s This Is It: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Paris, Texas: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Pride & Prejudice: Blu-ray
  • Saw VI: DVD, Blu-ray
  • St. Trinian’s: DVD
  • Surrogates: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Tennessee: DVD
  • Whip It: DVD, Blu-ray

Make sure to also check out the TV-on-DVD options for this week.

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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies to Be Mini-Series

Pride and Prejudice and ZombiesThe best-selling parody of Jane Austen’s classic, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, has been given the greenlight by Deadline Productions to make a 6-part television series.

Although talks have circulated around a feature film, it looks as if the mini-series may win the race to adapt Seth Grahame-Smith’s eccentric, fan boy-pleasing novel.

Along with announcing the production news, the book’s Twitter also released possible concept art for the series (seen after the break).

No word yet as to which network is expected to pick up the series; however, it will most likely be a British one, considering the production company is UK-based. As if Sci-Fi wouldn’t love to air a ninja-induced, zombie-killing love story!

(FYI - You can also follow TV Envy on Twitter.)

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Barnes & Noble named exclusive e-book provider for Plastic Logic eReader

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Handhelds, Internet, Wireless / WiFi,

Barnes & Noble Plastic Logic eReader

Barnes & Noble has just announced that they’ve formed an alliance with and that they’ll be the exclusive eBookstore for the Plastic Logic eReader device. This is a definite play at , as the Plastic Logic eReader is definitely being positioned as a competitor. Up until now, many wondered how the Plastic Logic eReader would compete in a world where Amazon sold both the device and the content, and now we’ve got our answer. If Barnes & Noble pushes the Plastic Logic eReader in stores as their e-book reader of choice, the Plastic Logic device just may have a shot after all.

In related news, Barnes & Noble has also announced a brand new eBookstore. It is available now, and is currently compatible with the , , , Mac and PC. Even better, if you install the app and sign in, you get six free eBooks right off the bat. No, you don’t get to choose. The six titles are:

  • The Last of the Mohicans
  • Sense and Sensibility
  • Dracula
  • Pride and Prejudice
  • Little Women
  • Merriam-Webster’s Pocket Dictionary

Still, free is free. Full release after the break.

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The Opposite of the Grammy Awards: ‘Masterpiece Theater’s Pride and Prejudice’

Posted by Jacci Lewis Categories: Drama, Mini Series, Prime Time, BBC, PBS, Editorial,

Pride and PrejudiceIf you are looking for an alternative to the Grammy Awards tonight (live at 8 p.m. ET on CBS) here is one, no actually here is the absolute opposite of the Grammy Awards: .

Okay before you frantically click to close this story consider this: one of the best adaptations of a Jane Austen book begins tonight on the venerable series.

’s 1995 version of Austen’s Pride and Prejudice begins it’s three part run tonight on PBS at 9 p.m. as part of Masterpiece Theater’s The Complete Jane Austen series.

The series has already presented admirable new versions of Persuasion, Mansfield Park and Northanger Abbey as well as Miss Austen Regrets, a film biography that tells the story of Jane Austen’s lost loves and why she herself, never married. Miss Austen Regrets stars of The Sixth Sense (1999) and Rushmore (1998) fame. All of these Austen titles are well worth the time and effort it would take to seek them out on DVD or even read them!

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I’m Swooning Over Mr. Darcy

Posted by Monica Edwards Categories: Movies, Personal,

DarcyHow many women out there have seen Pride and Prejudice? I finally watched it alone after receiving it in the mail via Blockbuster. It had been sitting on top of our DVD Player waiting for that rare moment in time that Andru and I could catch a movie together. It, being a romantic drama, sat there longer than most movies until I decided that I wanted to see it so why wait for my husband who didn't really want to? Sure he would have sat through it but would he get out of it as much as I would? Nah. Why you ask? Because the whole movie is so magically romantic, beautifully shot, wonderfully acted, and the best part? Mr. Darcy!! I swoon over him. Women don't swoon anymore. But I did. If you want to know what that feels like, watch for yourselves. Yes, I am an independent, strong woman but not so much that I cannot admit that I love the formalities of the 18th Century. An era when men picked up your dropped handkerchief, jumped on a horse and rode off into the night to save your family's reputation from sure ruin, waltzed with you, and confessed their dying devotion to you in such poetic ways. Men were gallant, polite, and spoke oh, so elegantly. I am not saying that these men don't exist now, I'm sure they do. Just none like Mr. Darcy. My husband is probably more of a romantic than I, and he has been known to pamper me. "I love you babe" 😊 But in a world of computers, cell phones, Xbox, Nintendo, and so many things that have to get done, a girl likes to dream, if only for 130 minutes of her day. And Mr. Darcy? If I were not married, and he existed? Andru would have some competition. I recommend, for the woman who is in the mood for a little romance and your sweetie is knee deep in emails, curl up on the couch with some hot chai and a soft blankie and dream a little with the dashing Mr. Darcy.