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Benedick

nickname for groom; derived from Shakespeare’s Benedick. [Br. Lit.: Much Ado About Nothing]
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"Much Ado About Nothing" is "something not overly familiar, but something audiences love on first hearing," Beuder said.
Helen Mirren was Hero in "Much Ado About Nothing," Janet Suzman was Beatrice, and Patrick Stewart, Borachio.
Whedon is obviously going over well-trodden ground, and when examining his film, previous adaptations of Much Ado About Nothing come to mind--notably the 1993 Kenneth Branagh film.
Amy Acker and Alexis Denisof in Much Ado About Nothing
However, it came out to be like Shakespeare's "much ado about nothing" and only opposition SDSM, A1 and Produkcija Plus illegally spent money for the elections while the other parties were clean.
ACTOR Liam Tobin is literally coming home to tackle Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing next week.
A source explained the quirky name choice and said: "Myleene and fianc Graham Quinn loved the name in Much Ado About Nothing, and then there's Hero and her lover Leander from Greek mythology.
When their already-shaky series is cancelled because Aaron is labeled gay, they retreat to Aaron's island property, begin to learn about each other as people, and then accept career-saving roles in a Shakespearean production of Much Ado About Nothing. Through the characters of Beatrice and Benedick, they realize real acting and their love.
2 Much Ado About Nothing Open-air theatre returns to Cardiff after last year's critical success from the Lord Chamberlain's Men.
Students dismissed the national debate on racism, free speech, and good taste that followed (think CNN) as much ado about nothing. But with students demanding books reflecting such issues as same-sex dating, teen pregnancy, and drug and alcohol use, the clamor is likely to grow.
Both she and her 8th-grade sister Beatrice have been named for the women in Shakespeare's play Much Ado About Nothing. (Their father is a Shakespearean scholar and met their mother in a Shakespeare class.) Hero meets the older woman who lives next door, Miriam Roth, who shares the story of a missing diamond and a missing daughter with Hero.