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A Tribute to Shakespeare in Love

"Comedy. Love. And a bit with a dog. That's what they want," proclaims the owner of The Rose, an English theater that is featured prominently in this seven-time Academy Award winning movie. We couldn't agree more, especially about the dog. Joseph Fiennes is the charismatic Will Shakespeare who is inspired by free-thinking beauty Viola (Gwyneth Paltrow) to write his classic love story, Romeo & Ethel the Pirate's Daughter (you may know it as Romeo & Juliet.) Chaos ensues but as they say in the movie, it all works out in the end. How does it? Well, we will try to explain the mystery in our Tribute to Shakespeare in Love.

Shakespeare in Love DVD Spotlight

Shakespeare in Love Miramax Collector's Series , is available on DVD.

Based on the Book

Shakespeare in Love: A Screenplay by Tom Stoppard and Marc Norman

Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

Shakespeare in Love MP3's

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Shakespeare in Love Features

The Balcony Scene
Romeo and Juliet on The Silver Screen

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Destination Hollywood Suggests these Tributes dedicated to these Shakespeare in Love stars ...

A Tribute to Gwyneth Paltrow

We got our first, albeit brief, glimpse of her as Wendy in Hook and now it is the second star to the right and straight on til morning to get to our Tribute to Gwyneth Paltrow.

A Tribute to Ben Affleck

In just a few short years he chased Amy, saved the world, befriended a mathematical genius AND a poetic playwright. But most importantly, he established himself as one of Hollywood's fastest rising stars - don't miss this Tribute.

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Shakespeare in Love

Philip Henslowe ( Geoffrey Rush ):

"You see. Comedy. Love. And a bit with a dog. That's what they want."

What was the name of the theater where Romeo & Juliet premiered?