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Jazz Age, With Jay-Z
A mysterious, young rich man pines for a lost love, now married. Her hot-headed husband, himself involved in barely concealed affairs, takes note of their attraction to each other.
The return of Opulence: Gatsby Style
Once again, F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic American story comes to film , 1974 and again in 2000 , as a TV Movie). This time out it is helmed by director Baz Luhrmann who has previously given us Moulin Rouge! and Romeo + Juliet so we knew from the outset that this was going to be a wild ride, and we were so totally not disappointed.
Gatsby is Great, Relatively Speaking
Comparing old and new versions of movies to each other, and of course to the original book, is always instructive.
Christian Science Monitor
'The Great Gatsby': Why is it so hard to adapt for the big screen?
Last year, hundreds of people from Los Angeles and San Francisco to Chicago flocked to see " The Great Gatsby " on the big screen.
The Secret Jewish History of F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'The Great Gatsby'
Every generation gets the film version of "The Great Gatsby" it deserves. Ours will be a 3-D "Gatsby" directed by Baz Luhrmann - he of the hyperactive, swooping camera of "Moulin Rouge!" and the highly stylized, gaudy adaptation of "Romeo + Juliet." But like every previous "Gatsby" adaptation, this one will speak with just the hint of a Jewish ... (more)
What's the Best Portrayal of an Iconic Literary Character on the Big Screen?
F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby has now been adapted into five movies , and with Baz Luhrman's take opening this weekend it will be up for debate whether or not Leonardo DiCaprio finally gets the lead character right.
'The Great Gatsby' with Leonardo DiCaprio opens May 10
Baz Lurhmann directs a new film version of " The Great Gatsby " which opens in U.S. Theaters May 10, 2013.
Genesee Country Express
Leonardo DiCaprio brings Jay Gatsby to life
Jay Gatsby is a strikingly handsome, incredibly wealthy man who's shrouded in mystery, at least involving the source of his riches.