Emma, the cherished Jane Austen social satire, gets a brand recent adaptation from photographer Autumn de Wilde.
Jane Austen’s comedy follows the effectively-intentioned, but nasty and headstrong Emma, who enjoys playing matchmaker and sticking her nostril in diverse of us’s industry. On writing the e-book, Austen had acknowledged, “I could settle on a heroine whom no person nonetheless myself will great bask in.” Correct thru the unique, Emma tries to pair up her recent buddy Harriet, who comes from a lesser social standing, with diverse eligible bachelors in their limited neighborhood. Other iconic characters encompass Emma’s hypochondriac father, the nosy Leave out Bates, and Mr. Knightley, Emma’s brother-in-laws and the most productive one who ever calls her out.
Old diversifications encompass a 1996 movie starring Gwyneth Paltrow; Clueless, which transplanted the story to 1995 Beverly Hills; diverse BBC miniseries; and Emma Licensed, a net sequence adaptation from the creators of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries.
This recent version stars Anya Taylor-Joy (The Witch) as Emma, with South African musician Johnny Flynn as Mr. Knightley and Bill Nighy (Like Truly) as Emma’s father. Along with to highlighting the sweeping Regency era magnificent, the trailer has half of of us announcing Emma’s name out loud in diverse levels of exasperation, which entirely tracks.
Emma comes out Feb. 21, 2020.