The best part of the movie website for the upcoming movie The Other Boleyn Girl is that they have a section of video clips from the author of the book the Other Boleyn Girl – Phillippa Gregory. If you’ve read the book, this is a great chance to see a chat with the author! Gregory, who was born in Kenya and has a PhD in 18th century literature from Edinburgh University talks about Anne Boleyn, Natalie Portman (who plays Anne Boleyn), Scarlett Johansson’s passion for the book (Johansson plays the “other” Boleyn sister Mary Boleyn), the film adaptation, historical fiction, and how she became a writer. The movie is based on the historical fiction novel by Gergory, and is about sisters Anne Boleyn’s and Mary Boleyn’s affection for the King Henry of England (played by Eric Bana). Before you leave the site, check out the movie trailer, peak at the Other Boleyn Girl movie stills, and pick up your Aim / Buddy Icon and movie wallpaper.

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Movie website featured: The Other Boleyn Girl
Date of theater release: February 29, 2008
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The Other Boleyn Girl : 2 out of 5 stars

One thought on “The Other Boleyn Girl – Author Phillippa Gregory Interview

  1. Overall, the movie is entertaining. I thought the acting was good, particularly Scarlett Johansson’s. The cinematography and editing leave much to be desired, and the entire movie seems rushed. If you have any knowledge of Tudor history,you will recognize the many inaccuracies, but those did not bother me as much as did the fact that important characters were omitted, undeveloped, or even seemingly forgotten (as in the case of Mary’s husband, William Carey).

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