- The Associated Press claims that Edward Norton, Colin Farrell, and Jon Voight will be attending the Toronto International Film Festival to promote Pride and Glory, but there's no indication (as yet) that Jennifer Ehle will be accompanying them. On the bright side, a tipster (see the chatterbox) tells us that Pride and Glory will be taking part in several film festivals in addition to TIFF before being released in October. We'll let you know if we find any googlable confirmation of this.
A grain of salt
- For a bit of gossip, or er jossip, relating to Pride and Glory, check out Jossip.com. (Don't forget the salt as this is more than likely just jossip!)
A dash of art
- The Pre-Raphaelite Sisterhood gives us some background information about one of the paintings used in Possession.
Just add water
- Lastly, for some absolutely fabulous P&P icons, visit Red Scharlach's Livejournal, which explains:
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single blogger in the throes of an extended period of online silence must be engaged in icon-making. Well, perhaps it is less than universal, but it is certainly true in my own personal case on this one specific occasion, so there.
This time the icons are all based on Pride and Prejudice, more particularly the 1995 BBC TV version, i.e. the one with Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle. As an added cultural bonus, most of the text is taken straight from Jane Austen herself (and the couple of bits that aren't shouldn't be too hard to spot, hem hem).