Shortly after Marvel's The Avengers wrapped production in October 2011, director Joss Whedon gathered some of his frequent collaborators and a new crop of fresh faces for Much Ado About Nothing. Shot in black-and-white for just 12 days in Santa Monica, California, this modern-day adaptation of William Shakespeare's play stars Amy Acker and Alexis Denisof as Beatrice and Benedick, who manage to fall in love despite being completely incompatible for one another. The first trailer and a "new" poster (the credits are slightly different from the last one-sheet) have debuted for this romantic comedy, opening in limited release June 7th before expanding nationwide June 21st. Check out this colorful ensemble, also starring Nathan Fillion, Reed Diamond, and Clark Gregg.
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