Following the antics Of a young lady, Emma Woodhouse, who lives in Georgian- and Regency-era England and occupies herself with matchmaking – in sometimes misguided, often meddlesome fashion- in the lives of her friends and family.
Jane Austen’s story of Emma could have been around for over 200 decades, but in today’s age, it’s Amy Heckerling’s Clueless which has nabbed much of its glory away. The’90s comedy starring Alicia Silverstone is an iconic remnant of its own age which has surpassed the source material.
Between Cher’s yellow plaid getup, to sassy one-liners for example”As If!” To Paul Rudd’s breakout function Clueless is threaded into American pop culture. When a new film version of the source material comes together, you better believe Clueless is our brand new reference point.
Emma movie trailer
Theaters in early March just a few weeks before film theatres shut. During its limited run, the 2020 adaptation actually needed a record-breaking opening, acquiring a better per-theater average throughout its week in the limited run than any other release that’s come out this season needed. Yes, that counts Sonic the Hedgehog, Bad Boys For Life, and Birds of Prey. Its theatrical release was cut short, but it’s been made available to lease early.
If You climbed up on Clueless enjoy myself, you’re curious just how Emma really lines up with the’90s cult hit. After viewing this new version of Jane Austen’s Emma you’ll certainly appreciate the flair of this Beverly Hills Valley Girl angle and also just how efficiently the filmmakers interpreted the 19th Century novel into a top school rom-com. But in its own right, Emma is touching and funny too. So let’s totally pause. Here’s your guide to Emma via a Clueless lover: Dive in for more
First launch: 14 February 2020 (United Kingdom)
Manager: Autumn de Wilde
Costume design: Alexandra Byrne
Budget: 10 million USD