Saturday, September 3, 2005

Hollywood is attempting to make another updated version of the play Romeo & Juliet.?

Your job is to pitch 3 Hollywood actors/actresses to the producers and give reasons why they would be the best for the updated film. & they must be around the characters ages from the book.
example- Brad Pitt or Angelina Jolie couldnt be Romeo and Juliet.

* I've thought for Romeo & Juliet to be either-
Emma Watson & Nick Jonas
or Selena Gomez & Taylor Lauthner

Buttt now i need another one and idkkkkk.
please help me:(

Answer on Hollywood is attempting to make another updated version of the play Romeo & Juliet.?

seeing as you seem to be going with the theme of people who can't really act i'd say
demi lovato & robert pattinson

cos they are cute and look kinda italian?

Was England took over by the Romans, Anglos, Saxons, Danes, Normans...and if so who exactly are the English?

Are they Italian- German-Danish- French? It doesn't make sense, because the German peoples, for instance, have all been in Germany since centuries BC, as have the Italians in Italy...so how come the English haven't been in England since centuries BC?

Answer on Was England took over by the Romans, Anglos, Saxons, Danes, Normans...and if so who exactly are the English?

Like someone else said the majority of the English (as well as the Welsh, Scottish and Irish) are descended from the prehistoric peoples of the Iberian peninsula (modern day Basques). However the English people's main cultural heritage comes from the Anglo Saxons. The Anglo-Saxons invaded England after the fall of the Roman Empire and mostly replaced the ancient Celtic culture that had existed prior to it. The term "England" first came into use at this time being derived from "Engle land" which meant "land of the Angles". The Danish Vikings then conquered a large part of Northern England and had a strong degree of influence. Then in 1066 the Norman's, who were French speaking and of Viking descent, conquered England and imposed much of their culture on their new acquisition, which contributed to the strong French influence over the English language. However over the years the Normans became English speaking and largely assimilated themselves.

The English people could be compared to their language, they have many admixtures and influences but they're still primarily Anglo-Saxon.