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French TV1 reported on the movie production of BVC founding member Vonda N. McIntyre’s The Moon and the Sun. Pierce Brosnan speaks about his role as Louis XIV, the Sun King. Kaya Scodelario (Marie-Josèphe) is entranced by working at Versailles, … Continue reading
Keely Brosnan has posted her photos from the set of The Moon and the Sun at Pierce Brosnan’s Instagram page. The movie is filming in Melbourne, Australia, and at Versailles, France, at the chateau de Versailles.
Bill Mechanic (Coraline, The New World) will produce BVC founding member Vonda N. McIntyre’s Nebula Award-winning novel The Moon and the Sun. Filming will take place in Victoria, Australia, and in Versailles, France. Stars include Fan Bingbing and Pierce Brosnan.
WWW Wednesday. This meme is from shouldbereading. To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions… • What are you currently reading? • What did you recently finish reading? • What do you think you’ll read next? Little finishing, … Continue reading
Vonda N. McIntyre’s alternate history The Moon and the Sun, which is set at Versailles during the reign of Louis XIV, will be produced at La Cité du Cinema, a cutting-edge film studio in the Paris suburb of St.-Denis. The 16-acre … Continue reading
When I was a pup, my family lived in Maryland, and I got to hang out at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. Whenever I’m anywhere near the area (all too seldom, I’m afraid), I visit the museums. My favorite … Continue reading
Most people have heard of Lord Chesterfield’s Letters to his Son. I lucked into either first editions or copies published not long after, which had obviously sat on someone’s shelf for two centuries before being dumped on a used bookseller, … Continue reading